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Odbe 09-01-2007 09:11 PM

it starts again
 
beginnings

and

endings

Odbe 09-01-2007 09:12 PM


old --> new

Odbe 09-01-2007 09:13 PM


Earthling 09-01-2007 11:13 PM

was

is

brightpearl 09-02-2007 08:03 AM

don't let's

Hyakujo's Fox 09-02-2007 08:39 AM

turn baby, turn
 

tapanuli 09-02-2007 08:48 AM


Odbe 09-02-2007 06:27 PM

Burning bridges and rebuilding them.

rapscalious rob 09-02-2007 07:59 PM




brightpearl 09-02-2007 08:51 PM

Where Do I Begin?

Tunesmith 09-02-2007 11:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by brightpearl (Post 360741)

I'm suddenly filled with an uncontrollable urge to jump around to "Birdhouse in My Soul". :)

Tunesmith 09-02-2007 11:21 PM

leaves that are green

rapscalious rob 09-02-2007 11:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tunesmith (Post 360806)
I'm suddenly filled with an uncontrollable urge to jump around to "Birdhouse in My Soul". :)

tmbg rocks

brightpearl 09-03-2007 07:57 AM

again and again

Stephi_B 09-03-2007 08:57 AM



NGC 3603: From Beginning To End
Credit: Wolfgang Brandner (JPL/IPAC), Eva K. Grebel (U. Wash.), You-Hua Chu (UIUC), NASA
Explanation: From beginning to end, different stages of a star's life appear in this exciting Hubble Space Telescope picture of the environs of galactic emission nebula NGC 3603. For the beginning, eye-catching "pillars" of glowing hydrogen at the right signal newborn stars emerging from their dense, gaseous, nurseries. Less noticeable, dark clouds or "Bok globules" at the top right corner are likely part of a still earlier stage, prior to their collapse to form stars. At picture centre lies a cluster of bright hot blue stars whose strong winds and ultraviolet radiation have cleared away nearby material. Massive and young, they will soon exhaust their nuclear fuel. Nearing the end of its life, the bright supergiant star Sher 25 is seen above and left of the cluster, surrounded by a glowing ring and flanked by ejected blobs of gas. The ring structure is reminiscent of Supernova 1987a and Sher 25 itself may be only a few thousand years from its own devastating finale. But what about planets? Check out the two teardrop-shaped objects below the cluster toward the bottom of the picture. Although larger, these emission nebulae are similar to suspected proto-planetary disks (proplyds) encompassing stars in the Orion Nebula.


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