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Spiral Galaxies Dance Earthrise as seen from Moon
Saturn, Convection storm Cat's Eye Nebula
Half Earth, Western Pacific Oblique view of thunderstorms
Pleiades Eastern seaboard of the United States
Eagle Nebula's Eerie, Dark Pillar Structures Sunset from space
The Earth viewed from 10,000 miles in space Earth seen from 23,000 miles away
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Spiral Galaxies Dance
Two spiral galaxies, the larger NGC 2207 on the left, and the smaller one, IC 2163 on the right, fling out stars and gas into long streamers extending 100,000 light-years toward the right-hand edge of the picture. Strong gravitational forces from NGC 2207 have distorted the original shape of its smaller dance partner. When the dance ends, billions of years from now, the two galaxies will become one.
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