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Heres an image of the relativistic jet coming from the nowfamous

Heres an image of the relativistic jet coming from the nowfamous


A crop of the above image shows M87's jet in greater detail. The part of the jet that's visible in the optical light spectrum is about 8,000 light-years ...

Here's an image of the relativistic jet coming from the (now-famous) super

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Artist impression of a black hole with an accretion disk and jet. (Image:

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Consider the image below before we cut to the black hole image that is now center stage in the news, because here's the context:

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The galaxy pictured here is NGC 4424, located in the constellation of Virgo. It is not visible with the naked eye but has been captured here with the ...

The now-famous actual picture of M87* taken in the microwave spectrum.


The Large Magellanic Cloud, a dwarf satellite galaxy of the Milky Way, displayed in all its glory in a stunning 1060 hour exposure.

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There are massive galaxy cluster, such as Abell 370 (shown here). They can be made up of thousands of Milky Way-sized galaxies. This is beyond anything we ...

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HST archival imagery of M 3-1 showing its remarkable filamentary waist and extended jet-like structures. Credit: David Jones et al (2018)./RAS

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Centaurus A Galaxy (NGC 5128) and a Relativistic Jet, by Jonathan Fertil Centaurus


The galaxy Centaurus A, with its x-ray jets, dust clouds, and

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In order to function, a telescope bounces light waves so that they arrive at the detector all at once if they're coming from the right direction.




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Image: This artist's impression depicts the paths of photons in the vicinity of a black hole. The gravitational bending and capture of light by the event ...


... witnessed a "zombie" neutron star being re-energized by the solar wind of its companion red giant star, and coming back to life in a burst of x-rays.

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Another remote session from New Mexico as the clouds here have persisted for weeks with only

Image: Scientists have obtained the first image of a black hole, using Event Horizon Telescope observations of the center of the galaxy M87.



Enceladus' ice geysers release water into (roughly) the same orbit around Saturn, forming one of Saturn's many rings.

Artist's impression of jets of material from first confirmed neutron star merger – Image copyright Mark Garlick/University of Warwick


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Here's the iconic Horsehead Nebula as we've not seen it before. As the Hubble team so poetically puts it, the nebula looks “like an apparition rising from ...


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The black hole in the center of M87 powers an enormous, energetic jet of material

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We use Relativity calculations to correct these differences. The density variations around Earth are only small and the resulting dilation is also very ...

Left: A Xray/radio/optical composite photo of Centaurus A - also not technically a blazar because its jets don't align with the Earth.

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M33, the Great Galaxy in Triangulum. There is almost no bulge surrounding the bright


The red giant and the neutron star may have traveled different evolutionary pathways, but proximity made them partners. Image: ESA


Artist's rendition of Van Allen Probes A and B in Earth orbit. Credit: NASA

IR map of the whole Galaxy showing the plane and bulge of the Galaxy full of stars and dust. Credit: SDSS

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Each image in the mosaic has a width of 7.5″ on the sky, and thus twice the field of view of each image in the GRB mosaic. The position of each supernova ...


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HST archival imagery of M 3-1 showing its remarkable filamentary waist and extended jet-like structures. Credit: David Jones et al (2018)./RAS

The ALMA observations — shown here in red, pink and yellow — were tuned to detect carbon monoxide molecules. Credit: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO).

Astronomers use the Doppler effect to measure the frequency of light waves as an object is moving with respect to the observer. The frequency is shorter as ...

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Here is a screen shot with my older Mallincam Hyper, I think at 6 seconds with the Obsession 18 inch - the jet is pointing

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Gases released above the Adams Line will orbit the Earth instead of falling back to the ground. However, gases released at different times will be on ...

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