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  • Welcome, Guest · RSS 27.03.2017, 03:41
    Main » Photo album » space » massive explosion a Universe far far away
    the most massive explosion ever recorded by humans occurred 12,2 billion light years distant, sometime after September 15, 2008 in the southern hemisphere constellation Carina 'The Ship's Keel' / of particular interest within Carina is NGC 3372, The Eta Carinae Nebula, which was discovered Nicolas Louis de Lacaille in 175152 as he searched the night skies from the Cape of Good Hope in South Africa / the Eta Carinae Nebula is between 6500 and 10,000 light years from earth / this beautiful, false color photographic montage portrays a region of the nebula 50 light years wide / red indicates sulfur, green represents hydrogen and blue reveals oxygen emission
    photo montage: HST/NASA
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    Date: 04.07.2009 | Added by: decodeq
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