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ISS photo taken from shuttle Discovery in August 2005.
Original description: "Backdropped by a colorful Earth, this full view of the International Space Station was photographed from the Space Shuttle Discovery during the STS-114 Return to Flight mission, following the undocking of the two spacecraft." The upper part of the Caspian Sea is visible in the background (the Volga delta is the dark area in the lower right.
Editing: Brightness and contrast was enhanced, saved 85% JPEG.
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ALMA image of the protoplanetary disc around HL Tauri - This is the sharpest image ever taken by ALMA — sharper than is routinely achieved in visible light with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. It shows the protoplanetary disc surrounding the young star HL Tauri. These new ALMA observations reveal substructures within the disc that have never been seen before and even show the possible positions of planets forming in the dark patches within the system.
About the Object
Name: HL Tauri Type: • Milky Way : Star : Circumstellar Material : Disk : Protoplanetary • X - Stars Distance: 450 light years Constellation: Taurus
Position (RA): 4 31 38.37 Position (Dec): 18° 14' 0.99" Field of view: 0.03 x 0.03 arcminutes Orientation: North is 0.0° left of vertical.
TIROS I image showing cyclone centered at 17W, 45 S in South Atlantic. Monthly Weather Review, July 1961, p. 235.
Svg version of a Crystal Clear file
- derivative work: Njaelkies Lea (talk)
- Universum.jpg: Heikenwaelder Hugo, Austria, Email : email@example.com, www.heikenwaelder.at
- Ursa_major_icon.svg: *derivative work: MissMJ
- Ursa_major_star_name.png: Luigi Chiesa
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