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 At the center of this image is a massive star 200,000 times brighter than the Sun 🌟

Though it may look like a serene cosmic landscape, the Lagoon Nebula is full of turbulent gasses, roaring stellar winds, and intense radiation emanating from a massive star. 

This massive star is still young in a cosmic sense, roughly 1 million years old, and is throwing off its natal cocoon of material – ionized gasses like hydrogen and nitrogen – seen here from @NASAHubble as red (hydrogen) and green (nitrogen).

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 Not even cosmic dust could dull this shine ✨ Nestled in the equator of the Milky Way’s pearly disk, crowded with thick cosmic gas, dark dust, and glowing stars that obscure our view, lies the Hidden Galaxy captured by @NASAHubble . At a relatively bright 8.4 magnitude, this would be one of the brightest galaxies in our night sky – if it were not obscured by so much interstellar dust. This spiral galaxy located approximately 11 million light years from Earth displays intertwined tendrils of dust in spectacular arms that fan around a brilliant core of hot gas and stars. The core of this galaxy is a specific type of region where atomic hydrogen has been ionized. Regions such as this are known to be energetic birthplace of stars, where thousands of stars can form over a couple million years. Extremely hot, young blue stars emit ultraviolet light which further ionize surrounding hydrogen. Credit: NASA,@EuropeanSpaceAgency , P. Sell (University of Florida), and P. Kaaret (University of Iowa); Image processing: G. Kober (NASA Goddard/Catholic University of America) #NASA #Space #Astronomy #Hubble #Galaxies #AstroPhotography

 Psst. Wanna see a total lunar eclipse? 🌞🌎🌗 On May 15, Earth will pass between the Sun and the Moon, blocking sunlight and casting a shadow on the lunar surface. The result: a Moon that looks like it's blushing because everybody is gawking at it. Starting at 9:32 p.m. EDT (1:32 UTC on May 16), people with clear skies in the Americas, Europe, and parts of Africa will begin to see the Moon get bathed in the red glow of every sunrise and sunset refracted through Earth’s atmosphere. Totality will occur at 12:12 a.m. EDT on May 16 (4:12 UTC). What if it's cloudy where you are? We're livestreaming the eclipse from locations across the planet. We're also hosting an episode of "NASA Science Live from 11 p.m. - midnight EDT (03:00 - 04:00 UTC) with NASA experts. Go to for details.

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 We all know Earth is beautiful. Imagine looking at the swirling blue marble from above. Astronaut Jessica Watkins is doing that in this photo taken about 250 miles (402 kilometers) above the planet. A geologist, @Astro_Watkins is part of the 2017 class of @NASAAstronauts . On April 27, 2022, she launched to the @ISS on her first spaceflight with crewmates Bob Hines, Kjell Lindgren, and @EuropeanSpaceAgency astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti on NASA’s @SpaceX Crew-4 mission. For the next several months, Watkins and her crewmates will do a number of science experiments in areas like immunology, technology, and plant science to prepare humanity for missions to deep space and benefit life on Earth. #AstronautLife #Astronauts #Space #ISS #SpaceStation #Crew4 #NASA

 To boldly go, we must boldly grow 🌱 For the first time ever, researchers have grown the hardy and well-studied plant, Arabidopsis thaliana, in samples of the lunar surface material known as regolith. In the early days of space age, Apollo astronauts collected regolith and brought it back to Earth where they could be studied with state-of-the-art equipment and saved for future research not yet imagined. Fifty years later, at the dawn of the @NASAArtemis era, samples collected on the Apollo 11, 12, and 17 missions have been used to successfully grow plants in the nutrient poor lunar regolith. Scientists at the @UFlorida@UFIFAS_Solutions made the breakthrough discovery decades in the making. Which started with two questions: Whether plants can grow in regolith, and second, how might that one day help humans have an extended stay on the Moon. With a resounding yes to the first question, the team hopes to go on to answer the second question as well, paving the way for future astronauts to someday grow more nutrient-rich plants on the Moon and thrive in deep space. Credit: UF/IFAS photo by Tyler Jones #NASA #Moon #Apollo #Space #Lunar #Growth


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