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Evo dve interesantne slicice. Orion sada i sta ce biti za par :) godina (ovo se ne odnosi na orion ).

This outstanding photograph of the Orion Nebula was taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. The space-based observatory built up the photograph over the course of 105 orbits around the Earth. The full sized image contains a billion pixels, and astronomers were able to discover 3,000 stars of various stars. Hubble also spotted a collection of possible brown dwarfs, which aren't large enough to sustain fusion reactions in their cores.

The Orion Nebula is one of the most magnificent objects in the night sky, but it won't last forever. Fortunately, astronomers now think they know where its successor will show up. A glowing gas cloud in the constellation Cassiopeia called W3 has just begun to shine with newborn stars. In just 100,000 years, it should be blazing in the night sky; just as the Orion Nebula fades from view. W3 was recently found to have a collection of massive protostars packed tightly together, eating away at a surrounding cocoon of gas and dust that obscures them from view.


Veoma interesantno  :)
A ovde je ako nekog interesuje full story


Jezivo. Kako se samo vidi lepo trapez...


Ma nije jezivo....bas super izgleda.... :evil: