Extreme ultraviolet Image of the Sun
Courtesy of SOHO/[instrument] consortium.
SOHO-EIT image in resonance lines of eight and nine times ionized iron (Fe IX/X) at 171 Angstroms in the extreme ultraviolet showing the solar corona at a temperature of about 1 million K. This image was recorded on 11 September 1997. It is dominated by two large active region systems, composed of numerous magnetic loops. SOHO is a project of international cooperation between ESA and NASA. You may look through our research projects at the main page of our professional letter writer service.
Burst of Star Formation Drives Bubble in Galaxy's Core
Courtesy of Space Telescope Science Institute
These NASA Hubble Space Telescope snapshots reveal dramatic activities within the core of the galaxy NGC 3079, where a lumpy bubble of hot gas is rising from a cauldron of glowing matter.
Credits: NASA, Gerald Cecil (University of North Carolina), Sylvain Veilleux (University of Maryland), Joss Bland-Hawthorn (Anglo-Australian Observatory), and Alex Filippenko (University of California at Berkeley). http://oposite.stsci.edu/pubinfo/pictures.html
Earth at night
Courtesy of Visible Earth
This image of Earth's city lights was created with data from the Defense Meteorological Satellite Program (DMSP) Operational Linescan System (OLS). Originally designed to view clouds by moonlight, the OLS is also used to map the locations of permanent lights on the Earth's surface.
Credit: Data courtesy Marc Imhoff of NASA GSFC and Christopher Elvidge of NOAA NGDC. Image by Craig Mayhew and Robert Simmon, NASA GSFC. Satellite: DMSP; Data Source: DMSP OLS; VE Record ID: 5826
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Sunset shot of the 70m antenna at Goldstone
Courtesy of The Deep Space Network
The Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex, located in the Mojave Desert in California, is one of three complexes which comprise NASA's Deep Space Network (DSN). The DSN provides radio communications for all of NASA's interplanetary spacecraft and is also utilized for radio astronomy and radar observations of the solar system and the universe.
The DSN is an international network of antennae that supports interplanetary spacecraft missions and radio and radar astronomy observations for the exploration of the solar system and the universe.
Twin Peaks in Super Resolution - Right Eye
Courtesy of Planetary Photojournal
The Twin Peaks are modest-size hills to the southwest of the Mars Pathfinder landing site. They were discovered on the first panoramas taken by the IMP camera on the 4th of July, 1997, and subsequently identified in Viking Orbiter images taken over 20 years ago.
Target Name: Mars
Is a satellite of: Sol (our sun)
Mission: Mars Pathfinder (MPF)
Spacecraft: Mars Pathfinder Lander
Instrument: Imager for Mars Pathfinder
Product Size: 7296 samples x 3135 lines
Produced By: JPL
Producer ID: N/A
Addition Date: 1999-09-08
Primary Data Set: MARS_PATHFINDER_PAGE
Full-Res TIFF: PIA02406.tif (70.57 megabytes)
Centaurus A Arcs: Arcs Tell The Tale Of A Giant Eruption
Courtesy of Chandra X-ray Observatory Center
A composite X-ray (blue), radio (pink and green), and optical (orange and yellow) image of the galaxy Centaurus A presents a stunning tableau of a galaxy in turmoil. A broad band of dust and cold gas is bisected at an angle by opposing jets of high-energy particles blasting away from the supermassive black hole in the nucleus. Two large arcs of X-ray emitting hot gas were discovered in the outskirts of the galaxy on a plane perpendicular to the jets.
Credits: X-ray (NASA/CXC/M. Karovska et al.); Radio 21-cm image (NRAO/VLA/Schiminovich, et al.), Radio continuum image (NRAO/VLA/J.Condon et al.); Optical (Digitized Sky Survey U.K. Schmidt Image/STScI)