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This little light of mine, I'm gonna let it shine 🌟

Our <a href="/profile/nasahubble" title="@nasahubble - @nasahubble Instagram Profile - hungram.com">@nasahubble</a>  Space Telescope captured this fuzzy orb of light — a giant elliptical galaxy filled with an incredible 200 billion stars. At a distance of 56 million light-years and measuring 157,0
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This little light of mine, I'm gonna let it shine 🌟 Our @nasahubble Space Telescope captured this fuzzy orb of light — a giant elliptical galaxy filled with an incredible 200 billion stars. At a distance of 56 million light-years and measuring 157,0

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A new view of Jupiter from the camera on our Juno spacecraft reveals the planet's turbulent southern hemisphere. 📸 Can you see the Great Red Spot?

Image Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Kevin M. Gill

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A new view of Jupiter from the camera on our Juno spacecraft reveals the planet's turbulent southern hemisphere. 📸 Can you see the Great Red Spot? Image Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Kevin M. Gill #nasa #jupiter #solarsystem #storms

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Need a boost? How about a supernova explosion to get you going? 💥

Pulsars are superdense, rapidly spinning neutron stars left behind when a massive star explodes. This one is hurtling through space at nearly 2.5 million miles an hour — so fast it co
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Need a boost? How about a supernova explosion to get you going? 💥 Pulsars are superdense, rapidly spinning neutron stars left behind when a massive star explodes. This one is hurtling through space at nearly 2.5 million miles an hour — so fast it co

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The Moon 🌝: "I'm coming out ⁣
I want the world to know⁣
Got to let it show! ✨" ⁣
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Stepping out on the world stage tonight is the final & brightest <a href="/tag/supermoon" title="#supermoon Instagram photos and videos - hungram.com">#supermoon</a>  for 2019. Just in time for the first day of spring, venture outside and look up to the nigh
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The Moon 🌝: "I'm coming out ⁣ I want the world to know⁣ Got to let it show! ✨" ⁣ ⁣ Stepping out on the world stage tonight is the final & brightest #supermoon for 2019. Just in time for the first day of spring, venture outside and look up to the nigh

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Today, we're spilling all the ☕️ about a massive storm raging in a galaxy hosting this structure nicknamed the "Teacup”. The source of the cosmic squall? A supermassive black hole buried at the center of the galaxy. Located about 1.1 billion light ye
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Today, we're spilling all the ☕️ about a massive storm raging in a galaxy hosting this structure nicknamed the "Teacup”. The source of the cosmic squall? A supermassive black hole buried at the center of the galaxy. Located about 1.1 billion light ye

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Is there a pot of gold at the end of a green aurora? We're not sure, but these dancing green lights provide a spectacular view that's perfect for the <a href="/tag/stpatricksday" title="#stpatricksday Instagram photos and videos - hungram.com">#stpatricksday</a>  holiday. 🍀

This stunning aurora was captured by one of our <a href="/profile/nasaastronauts" title="@nasaastronauts - @nasaastronauts Instagram Profile - hungram.com">@nasaastronauts</a> , Jeff Wil
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Is there a pot of gold at the end of a green aurora? We're not sure, but these dancing green lights provide a spectacular view that's perfect for the #stpatricksday holiday. 🍀 This stunning aurora was captured by one of our @nasaastronauts , Jeff Wil

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🌟Shine bright like a cluster 🌟

<a href="/profile/nasahubble" title="@nasahubble - @nasahubble Instagram Profile - hungram.com">@nasahubble</a>  has done it again. This image reveals a globular cluster of stars in the constellation of Sagittarius, 18,000 light-years away from Earth. Don’t forget to shine bright today. 
<a href="/tag/hubblefriday" title="#hubblefriday Instagram photos and videos - hungram.com">#hubblefriday</a>  <a href="/tag/nasa" title="#nasa Instagram photos and videos - hungram.com">#nasa</a>  <a href="/tag/shinebrig" title="#shinebrig Instagram photos and videos - hungram.com">#shinebrig</a>
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🌟Shine bright like a cluster 🌟 @nasahubble has done it again. This image reveals a globular cluster of stars in the constellation of Sagittarius, 18,000 light-years away from Earth. Don’t forget to shine bright today. #hubblefriday #nasa #shinebrig

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3-2-1… LIFTOFF! 🚀 
Today at 3:14 p.m. EDT, three humans left planet Earth on six-hour journey to the International Space Station (<a href="/profile/iss" title="@iss - @iss Instagram Profile - hungram.com">@iss</a> ). Launched aboard a Soyuz spacecraft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, <a href="/profile/nasaastronauts" title="@nasaastronauts - @nasaastronauts Instagram Profile - hungram.com">@nasaastronauts</a>  Nick Hague and Chr
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3-2-1… LIFTOFF! 🚀 Today at 3:14 p.m. EDT, three humans left planet Earth on six-hour journey to the International Space Station (@iss ). Launched aboard a Soyuz spacecraft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, @nasaastronauts Nick Hague and Chr

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Cross your eyes and break out the 3D glasses! 😎

Our New Horizons team has new stereo views of the Kuiper Belt object nicknamed Ultima Thule – the target of our New Horizons spacecraft’s historic New Year’s 2019 flyby, four billion miles from Earth –
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Cross your eyes and break out the 3D glasses! 😎 Our New Horizons team has new stereo views of the Kuiper Belt object nicknamed Ultima Thule – the target of our New Horizons spacecraft’s historic New Year’s 2019 flyby, four billion miles from Earth –

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Nothing quite like the chaotic beauty of colliding galaxies. 
The <a href="/profile/nasahubble" title="@nasahubble - @nasahubble Instagram Profile - hungram.com">@nasahubble</a>  telescope captured these galaxies crashing into each other inside of the Hercules constellation, about 230 million light-years away. They were first discovered in 1784 by W
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Nothing quite like the chaotic beauty of colliding galaxies. The @nasahubble telescope captured these galaxies crashing into each other inside of the Hercules constellation, about 230 million light-years away. They were first discovered in 1784 by W

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"Yes buddy, that’s your Mother Earth. Isn’t she beautiful?" Astronaut Anne McClain shared these images of an Earth plush toy that arrived on International Space Station (<a href="/profile/iss" title="@iss - @iss Instagram Profile - hungram.com">@iss</a> ) aboard the <a href="/profile/spacex" title="@spacex - @spacex Instagram Profile - hungram.com">@spacex</a>  <a href="/tag/crewdragon" title="#crewdragon Instagram photos and videos - hungram.com">#crewdragon</a>  that launched on Saturday, March 2 and dock
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"Yes buddy, that’s your Mother Earth. Isn’t she beautiful?" Astronaut Anne McClain shared these images of an Earth plush toy that arrived on International Space Station (@iss ) aboard the @spacex #crewdragon that launched on Saturday, March 2 and dock

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You’re looking at one of the unsolved mysteries of Mars: the “brain terrain.” 🧠 
The surface texture of interconnected ridges and troughs found in the mid-latitude regions of Mars may be directly related to the water ice that lies beneath the surface
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You’re looking at one of the unsolved mysteries of Mars: the “brain terrain.” 🧠 The surface texture of interconnected ridges and troughs found in the mid-latitude regions of Mars may be directly related to the water ice that lies beneath the surface

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