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Three moons and their shadows parade across Jupiter

Learn more about this picture at Earth's Blog:http://earthspacecircle.blogspot.com/2015/02/three-moons-and-their-shadows-parade.html

Image Credit: NASA, ESA, Hubble Heritage Team
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M104: The Sombrero Galaxy
Image Data: +NASA, ESO , NAOJ, Giovanni Paglioli - Processing: R. Colombari
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap150205.html

The striking spiral galaxy M104 is famous for its nearly edge-on profile featuring a broad ring of obscuring dust lanes. Seen in silhouette against an extensive bulge of stars, the swath of cosmic dust lends a broad brimmed hat-like appearance to the galaxy suggesting the more popular moniker, The Sombrero Galaxy. Hubble Space Telescope and ground-based Subaru data have been reprocessed with amateur color image data to create this sharp view of the well-known galaxy. The processing results in a natural color appearance and preserves details often lost in overwhelming glare of M104's bright central bulge when viewed with smaller ground-based instruments. Also known as NGC 4594, the Sombrero galaxy can be seen across the spectrum and is thought to host a central supermassive black hole. About 50,000 light-years across and 28 million light-years away, M104 is one of the largest galaxies at the southern edge of the Virgo Galaxy Cluster.
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Latest News: Astronomers using #NASA's #Hubble Space Telescope have completed the largest and most sensitive visible-light imaging survey of dusty debris disks around other stars. These dusty disks, likely created by collisions between leftover objects from planet formation, were imaged around stars as young as 10 million years old and as mature as more than 1 billion years old.

Once thought to be simply pancake-like structures, the unexpected diversity and complexity of these dusty debris structures strongly suggest they are being gravitationally affected by unseen planets orbiting the star. Alternatively, these effects could result from the stars' passing through interstellar space.

http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2014/44/
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