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2022-06-25 2:38:21 PM  
That picture is going up on NASA's refrigerator!
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2022-06-25 2:41:09 PM  
Ah yes, billions and billions of globular clusters. And yet, we humans are all alone in the universe. God loves us. He just has an odd way of showing it.
 
2022-06-25 3:18:36 PM  
I can't look at that without imagining the statistical chances of other life contained therein.
 
2022-06-25 3:43:01 PM  
So much lensing. Very cool pic.

/ Gravity Flaws.
 
2022-06-25 5:20:56 PM  
A lot more yellow than white (not sure why I would have expected it to be the other way around now), but specks of red and orange thrown in as well.  Neat to look at.
 
2022-06-25 5:35:50 PM  
Snapshot Programs are lists of separate, relatively short exposures that are slotted into gaps between longer Hubble observations.

Thanks, NASA/ESA.
 
2022-06-25 7:12:19 PM  

CrazyCurt: So much lensing. Very cool pic.

/ Gravity Flaws.


I used to think gravitational lensing was just a neat trick. Freak accident or wotnot.

It's extraordinary to know that the whole sky above is so bubbulous and squiffy.
 
2022-06-25 9:37:08 PM  

dammit just give me a login: I can't look at that without imagining the statistical chances of other life contained therein.


Where is the most habitable place in the Universe? | Astrobiology
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2022-06-26 4:58:06 AM  
I left a massive cluster in the john this morning, but you don't see me posting photos of it.
 
2022-06-26 5:35:49 PM  
Yo momma so fat, Abell 1351 revolves around her.
 
2022-06-26 11:06:59 PM  

Archie Goodwin: dammit just give me a login: I can't look at that without imagining the statistical chances of other life contained therein.

[YouTube video: Where is the most habitable place in the Universe? | Astrobiology]


Thanks, I enjoyed this video for many reasons
 
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