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Bathed in Red | Space Wallpaper

ALMA Antennae Bathed in Red Light Space Wallpaper
This stunning space wallpaper reveals ALMA antennae bathed in red light. Appearing in the background are the southern Milky Way on the left and the Magellanic Clouds at the top. This image was released March 5, 2013. (Image credit: ESO/C. Malin)

This stunning space wallpaper reveals ALMA antennae bathed in red light. Appearing in the background are the southern Milky Way on the left and the Magellanic Clouds at the top. This image was released March 5, 2013.

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