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This is Hubble's Deep Field View. All but 4 specks in this “Hubble Deep Field” image are entire galaxies, each of them with 100 billion stars.

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Image of the Tarantula Nebula in the Large Magellanic Cloud, composed from infrared observation data gathered by the Spitzer Space Telescope commemorating the end of it’s mission. RIP Spitzer via /r/spaceporn. Picture posted by /u/Drackzgull.

is it weird that when you say hello

my legs turn to jello?


when you smile

my blood flows like the Nile


your eyes are quite the sight

like the stars that fill the arid night


just everything you are is a poem, really

tie these words around your waist

touch those sonnets to taste

and please

let’s make art with not a moment to waste


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Astronomy Picture of the Day: January 29, 2020 The Milky Way was not created by an evaporating lake. The pool of vivid blue water, about 10 meters across, is known as Silex Spring and is located in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA. Steam rises off the spring, heated by a magma chamber deep underneath known as the Yellowstone hotspot. The steam blurs the image of Venus, making it seem unusually large. Unrelated and far in the distance, the central band of our Milky Way Galaxy rises high overhead, a band lit by billions of stars. The featured picture is a 3-image panorama taken last August. If the Yellowstone hotspot causes another supervolcanic eruption as it did 640,000 years ago, a large part of North America would be affected. Milky Way over Yellowstone via NASA