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Eldorado

What has Hubble seen on your birthday?

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Eldorado

"All you have to do is select the month and date of your birthday on the NASA website, and you can find out what extraordinary things were going on in the universe while you were cutting your cake.

"Many are sharing their results on Twitter and Instagram using #Hubble30, and the results are – quite literally – out of this world."

Full monty at UniLad UK: Link

NASA: Link

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freetoroam

Well mine says this

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On July 20 in 1997
Ant Nebula
The Ant Nebula displays intriguing symmetrical patterns in the lobes of gas being ejected from a dying Sun-like star at its center.

Obviously this did not just happen on my birthday. It was

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It was studied on July 20, 1997 by astronomers Bruce Balick (University of Washington) and Vincent Icke [nl] (Leiden University) on observations done with the Hubble Space Telescope

 

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susieice

December 1, 2007. Mars

 

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Eldorado

"On February 14 in 2007

"Colliding Galaxies Arp 272

"Arp 272 is a collision between two spiral galaxies, linked by their swirling arms. The galaxies are members of the Hercules Galaxy cluster and are located roughly 450 million light-years from Earth."

Two galaxies kiss on Valentine's Day?  :)

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