Hubble Space Telescope
The observations offer a window into the past to better understand how globular clusters may have formed.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has observed a cosmic 'tug of war' between two galaxies that have lasted for tens of millions of years and could end in a collision.
The Hubble Space Telescope has imaged a 250,000-light-year-long 'bridge of stars' stretching through the Arp 295 galactic grouping that was pulled away from one galaxy as it interacted with another.
NASA has composed a lovely melody to represent the cosmic collision of two galaxies.
Just when we think we've seen it all with astronomy photos, the Hubble Space Telescope gives us something new and beautiful.
The spiral galaxies UGC 05028 and UGC 05029, collectively known as Arp 300, are in the process of merging. This has fueled rapid star formation.
The brightest fast radio burst ever observed flashed from a group of ancient galaxies, the Hubble Space Telescope has found, and astronomers are surprised.
The new weather forecasting method could one day be used on more Earth-like exoplanets.
The Hubble Space Telescope spotted a gathering of spiral galaxies for a stunning image released Monday (Dec. 25). But this apparent togetherness may be an illusion.
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