Skip to comments.Triple delight in the Milky Way
Posted on 11/10/2009 6:09:01 PM PST by KevinDavis
NASA has blended three views of our home galaxy's turbulent core to produce a picture filled with scientifically significant snap, crackle and pop. And the deeper you go into the image, the more you learn.
The composite picture of the Milky Way's center draws upon near-infrared data from the Hubble Space Telescope (shown in yellow), infrared readings from the Spitzer Space Telescope (shown in rich red) and the X-ray vision of the Chandra X-ray Observatory (shown in shades of blue
(Excerpt) Read more at cosmiclog.msnbc.msn.com ...
OK, folks -- that is out of the way. Now we can enjoy the science part :)
Is this Heaven?.....
I don't know but this is called The Crown of Thorns.
It was photographed in April of this year.
Looks like a giant hand with fingers and part of an arm.
The Milky Way ROCKS!
PLEASE PUT ME ON YOUR LIST! THANKS!!
No, but in cosmological scale, it is relatively close, since Texas is in the Milky Way. ;)
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