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View deep_space_photons's Instagram Red - Sulfer II
Green - Hydrogen alpha
Blue - Oxyegen III
Besides being neat and colorful there is scientific validity to this kind of imaiging. You can see what objects are made of based on the color. This is less true with true color visible light images. 
Image statistics: 
Integration: 13.1 hours
55x120" (gain: 200.00) -20C 
Orion Extra Narrowband Filter Ha 1.25": 45x90" (gain: 200.00) -20C bin 1x1
Baader OIII 1.25" 8.5nm: 72x120" (gain: 139.00) -20C bin 1x1
Baader OIII 1.25" 8.5nm: 80x90" (gain: 139.00) -20C bin 1x1
Baader SII 1,25" 8.5nm: 159x120" (gain: 139.00) -20C bin 1x1
Baader SII 1,25" 8.5nm: 18x90" (gain: 139.00) -20C bin 1x1
RA center: 98.021 degrees
DEC center: 4.979 degrees
Pixel scale: 1.017 arcsec/pixel
Orientation: 34.472 degrees
Field radius: 1.539 degrees

Object info: 
The middle of the Rosette is stunning. So many interesting structures. 
You can not see them, but there are over 2500 new stars in the center of this image. They can only be seen via X-ray. This is a star forming region. A "stellar nursery" as they say. 
These young stars are very hot, so hot they glow blue. Stars are nearly perfect black bodies, and as black bodies, the temperature of the star can be determined by its spectra. In short, stars that look blue are among the hottest. Red the coolest. (Not applicable in false color images like this one)
These hot stars cause the gas to glow. It is those emission lines of energy that these specialized Hydrogen alpha and Oxygen III filters pick up, or rather block everything but. 
As for these stars, they are kind of special. Some of them are O-type stars. These are massive blue/white stars. Specifically HD 46223 and HD 46150. They are responsible for that ionized bubble just right of center. #astrophotography #astronomy #science #nightsky #asi1600 #stellarvue #opt #nebua #nasa #hubble #sho 1429921868248721733_2958013102

Red - Sulfer II Green - Hydrogen alpha Blue - Oxyegen III Besides being neat and colorful there is scientific validity to this kind of imaiging. You can see what objects are made of based on the color. This is less true with true color visible light images. Image statistics: Integration: 13.1 hours 55x120" (gain: 200.00) -20C Orion Extra Narrowband Filter Ha 1.25": 45x90" (gain: 200.00) -20C bin 1x1 Baader OIII 1.25" 8.5nm: 72x120" (gain: 139.00) -20C bin 1x1 Baader OIII 1.25" 8.5nm: 80x90" (gain: 139.00) -20C bin 1x1 Baader SII 1,25" 8.5nm: 159x120" (gain: 139.00) -20C bin 1x1 Baader SII 1,25" 8.5nm: 18x90" (gain: 139.00) -20C bin 1x1 RA center: 98.021 degrees DEC center: 4.979 degrees Pixel scale: 1.017 arcsec/pixel Orientation: 34.472 degrees Field radius: 1.539 degrees Object info: The middle of the Rosette is stunning. So many interesting structures. You can not see them, but there are over 2500 new stars in the center of this image. They can only be seen via X-ray. This is a star forming region. A "stellar nursery" as they say. These young stars are very hot, so hot they glow blue. Stars are nearly perfect black bodies, and as black bodies, the temperature of the star can be determined by its spectra. In short, stars that look blue are among the hottest. Red the coolest. (Not applicable in false color images like this one) These hot stars cause the gas to glow. It is those emission lines of energy that these specialized Hydrogen alpha and Oxygen III filters pick up, or rather block everything but. As for these stars, they are kind of special. Some of them are O-type stars. These are massive blue/white stars. Specifically HD 46223 and HD 46150. They are responsible for that ionized bubble just right of center. #astrophotography #astronomy #science #nightsky #asi1600 #stellarvue #opt #nebua #nasa #hubble #sho

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View timeless_universe's Instagram NGC 2264
Image credit & Copyright: Nasa / ESA
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NGC 2264 | The Christmas Tree Cluster
Super Bright Cluster at 3.9 Mag
800 Parsecs or 2600 LY away in Monoceros 1429916693082498203_1557318064

NGC 2264 Image credit & Copyright: Nasa / ESA . NGC 2264 | The Christmas Tree Cluster Super Bright Cluster at 3.9 Mag 800 Parsecs or 2600 LY away in Monoceros

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View leffy_bejbe's Instagram W ARE ALL MADE FROM STARS

Mgławica Orzeł. 7000 lat świetlnych stąd. 
#stars #space #telescope #hubble #god 1429916848446725941_1249528017

W ARE ALL MADE FROM STARS Mgławica Orzeł. 7000 lat świetlnych stąd. #stars #space #telescope #hubble #god

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View es_ciencia's Instagram La nebulosa de la Tarantula,anteriormente considerada una estrella y con una magnitud aparente de 5(la mínima para poder observar un astro a simple vista),dicha nebulosa se encuentra a unos 170000 años luz de distancia,en la Gran Nube de Magallanes y se caracteriza por ser extremadamente luminosidad,es tal que si se encontrara la misma distancia de la nebulosa de Orión,ésta generaría sombra en nuestro planeta.Siendo la mayor nebulosa de emisión conocida,la nebulosa de la Tarántula es un objeto digno de estudio y muy complejo.Sin ninguna duda impresionante...
#hubble#nasa#nebulosadelatarantula#nebulosadeemision#grannubedemagallanes#nebulosadeorion#cosmos#astronomy#es_ciencia 1429896336303463151_4180241789

La nebulosa de la Tarantula,anteriormente considerada una estrella y con una magnitud aparente de 5(la mínima para poder observar un astro a simple vista),dicha nebulosa se encuentra a unos 170000 años luz de distancia,en la Gran Nube de Magallanes y se caracteriza por ser extremadamente luminosidad,es tal que si se encontrara la misma distancia de la nebulosa de Orión,ésta generaría sombra en nuestro planeta.Siendo la mayor nebulosa de emisión conocida,la nebulosa de la Tarántula es un objeto digno de estudio y muy complejo.Sin ninguna duda impresionante... #hubble #nasa#nebulosadelatarantula#nebulosadeemision#grannubedemagallanes#nebulosadeorion#cosmos#astronomy#es_ciencia

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View thetalbotmapplewell's Instagram On the bar and on next.....
@thornbridge #hubble #jaipur @magicrockbrewing #ringmaster @acornbrewery #barnsley #bitter #oldmoorporter #porter #winterpale @blacksheepbrewery #goldensheep @northbrewco #prototype 
#ipa #paleale #juicy #ale #hops #pint #beer #beerporn #beeroclock #caskale #realale #craftale #craftbeer 1429882887159136111_2316593989

On the bar and on next..... @thornbridge #hubble #jaipur@magicrockbrewing #ringmaster@acornbrewery #barnsley #bitter #oldmoorporter #porter #winterpale@blacksheepbrewery #goldensheep@northbrewco #prototype #ipa #paleale #juicy #ale #hops #pint #beer #beerporn #beeroclock #caskale #realale #craftale #craftbeer

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View the_secrets_of_the_universe's Instagram #This_Day_in_Science_History

Edwin left it on the reader to interpret his work. He listed the data that he plotted on a graph. It showed a roughly linear relationship between radial velocity for various galaxies and their distance. It dramatically showed that the the further away the galaxy, the faster it is moving away from the observer.😊
#day #historymaker #scienceexperiment #1929 #edwin #hubble #expanding #universe #paper #radial #velocity #distance #galactic #nebula #nebulae #like4like #followme 😊🔭 1429865007948348376_3165497087

#This_Day_in_Science_History Edwin left it on the reader to interpret his work. He listed the data that he plotted on a graph. It showed a roughly linear relationship between radial velocity for various galaxies and their distance. It dramatically showed that the the further away the galaxy, the faster it is moving away from the observer.😊 #day #historymaker #scienceexperiment #1929 #edwin #hubble #expanding #universe #paper #radial #velocity #distance #galactic #nebula #nebulae #like4like #followme😊🔭

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View lbubi's Instagram Crab #nebula showing us how insignificant we are....#space #hubble #NASA. 1429847634805705623_4541642

Crab #nebulashowing us how insignificant we are.... #space #hubble #NASA.

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View quantizedscience's Instagram Why it’s not “the next Hubble,” but “the first James Webb.” “…because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills; because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone.” -John F. Kennedy

In 1990, NASA launched the Hubble Space Telescope. This observatory would come to revolutionize not only our scientific understanding of the Universe, but would reveal to humanity, for the first time, what our Universe actually looked like. We could peer inside the densest, most gas-and-dust-rich star forming nebulae, and see exactly how and were stars were beginning to form.

Read more at link in our bio. 1429842659254855466_1471303724

Why it’s not “the next Hubble,” but “the first James Webb.” “…because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills; because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone.” -John F. Kennedy In 1990, NASA launched the Hubble Space Telescope. This observatory would come to revolutionize not only our scientific understanding of the Universe, but would reveal to humanity, for the first time, what our Universe actually looked like. We could peer inside the densest, most gas-and-dust-rich star forming nebulae, and see exactly how and were stars were beginning to form. Read more at link in our bio.

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View astrophysicsman's Instagram Scientists at Caltech may have found evidence that our solar system has a ninth planet orbiting the sun at a distance far beyond the orbit of Pluto. The planet has been nicknamed Planet Nine and, if it exists, has a mass 10 times that of Earth's and orbits at distance 20 times farther than Neptune does from the sun. In fact, Planet Nine is so far away that it would take between 10,000 and 20,000 years to complete one orbit around the sun. 
The researchers, Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown, discovered the planet's existence through mathematical modeling and computer simulations but have not yet observed the object directly. If confirmed, Planet Nine would be the third planet discovered that was not known since ancient times. 
The idea of a new planet far beyond the orbit of Pluto in the distant Kuiper Belt was first brought forward In 2014. A former postdoc of Brown's, Chad Trujillo, and his colleague Scott Sheppard published a paper noting that 13 of the most distant objects in the Kuiper Belt are similar with respect to an obscure orbital feature. To explain that similarity, they suggested the possible presence of a small planet.

Researchers came to the conclusion that there may be a ninth planet in the solar system based on measurements on the orbits of distant Kuiper Belt Objects. Researchers measured discrepancies within the orbits of these distant objects. The researchers found that six of the objects follow elliptical orbits that point in the same direction in physical space. That is particularly surprising because the outermost points of their orbits move around the solar system, and they travel at different rates. (first comment below 👇👇👇) 1429841636120885719_4008710248

Scientists at Caltech may have found evidence that our solar system has a ninth planet orbiting the sun at a distance far beyond the orbit of Pluto. The planet has been nicknamed Planet Nine and, if it exists, has a mass 10 times that of Earth's and orbits at distance 20 times farther than Neptune does from the sun. In fact, Planet Nine is so far away that it would take between 10,000 and 20,000 years to complete one orbit around the sun. The researchers, Konstantin Batygin and Mike Brown, discovered the planet's existence through mathematical modeling and computer simulations but have not yet observed the object directly. If confirmed, Planet Nine would be the third planet discovered that was not known since ancient times. The idea of a new planet far beyond the orbit of Pluto in the distant Kuiper Belt was first brought forward In 2014. A former postdoc of Brown's, Chad Trujillo, and his colleague Scott Sheppard published a paper noting that 13 of the most distant objects in the Kuiper Belt are similar with respect to an obscure orbital feature. To explain that similarity, they suggested the possible presence of a small planet. Researchers came to the conclusion that there may be a ninth planet in the solar system based on measurements on the orbits of distant Kuiper Belt Objects. Researchers measured discrepancies within the orbits of these distant objects. The researchers found that six of the objects follow elliptical orbits that point in the same direction in physical space. That is particularly surprising because the outermost points of their orbits move around the solar system, and they travel at different rates. (first comment below 👇👇👇)

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View morefield's Instagram Do you ever feel just a little askew?  Instead of the ring rotating in the plane of the core of this #galaxy it circles at a 45 degree angle.  A billion-year old #collision of two galaxies is a possibility.  This odd duck is catalogued as NGC660. ----------------------------
L121:R42:G58:B66. All 5 minute unguided subs.  24 hours total exposure time.  In hindsight I should have used 10 minute exposures. 
#astrophoto #astrophotography #universe #universetoday #astrography #milkyway #astronomy #nightsky #nebula #outerspace #space #cosmos #telescope #astronomy #longexposure #skyporn #sky #cielo #apod #estrellas #astronomie #astronomia #stars #nasa #hubble #heavens #science #ngc660 1429839854229001384_20596031

Do you ever feel just a little askew? Instead of the ring rotating in the plane of the core of this #galaxyit circles at a 45 degree angle. A billion-year old #collisionof two galaxies is a possibility. This odd duck is catalogued as NGC660. ---------------------------- L121:R42:G58:B66. All 5 minute unguided subs. 24 hours total exposure time. In hindsight I should have used 10 minute exposures. #astrophoto #astrophotography #universe #universetoday #astrography #milkyway #astronomy #nightsky #nebula #outerspace #space #cosmos #telescope #astronomy #longexposure #skyporn #sky #cielo #apod #estrellas #astronomie #astronomia #stars #nasa #hubble #heavens #science #ngc660

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