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38 Incredible Photographs That Are Literally Out Of This World

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Space, the final frontier. We will probably never fully explore the universe, ever. Its sheer size is almost hard to comprehend, and this is why we are so fascinated by it. These 38 amazing images show just how beautiful it is.

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The Andromeda Galaxy in ultra violet.

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The floating remnants of a supernova explosion

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Saturns moon, Titan lurks behind Saturns rings.

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Solar material exploding from the sun.

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A map of the space.

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An amazing aurora from Saturn.

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An artists impression of an explosion from a red dwarf star.

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Earths nearest neighbour, the moon.

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Horsehead Nebula in infrared light.

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Saturn.

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One of the first ever Nebulas discovered, The Cats Eye Nebula.

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This red spot on the surface of Jupiter is a hurricane 3 times the size of earth.

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This photo is created using visible radio and X-ray data, showing the remnants of a supernova.

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A trail of gas, left over from a giant star.

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Jupiters largest moon.

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Visible data and infrared images put together in to create an amazing image of the Ring Nebula.

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Of course, earth.

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Icy hailstones cover a dying star.

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The Lagoon Nebula.

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The galaxy Centaurus A.

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A stunning aurora photographed from Canada.

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Another beautiful aurora, this time from space.

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The ice cold surface of one of Jupiters moons, Europa.

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A computer generated image of the surface of mars.

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Cygnus X is a vast area of space with many huge stars.

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Eta Carinae, the binary star system.

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The Egg Nebula, taken via the Hubble Space Telescope.

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A small snapshot of Carina Nebula.

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A computer generated image of a black hole swallowing in cosmic gas.

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This is NGC 4214, the dwarf galaxy, which is full of new stars.

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A Mickey Mouse shaped set of craters on the surface of Mercury.

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The of the Milky Way and nearby Andromeda Galaxy. Soon to happen. in 7 billion years.

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Taken in 1990 when NASA’s Voyager 1 snapped it from 4 billion miles away.

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A spectacular light show from the nearest supernova explosion in 400 years.

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Mercury in a false colour view.

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Storms on Saturns north pole.

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Extremely hot blue gas at the centre of a Nebula.

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spiral galaxy NGC 2841.

via Mashable