The Eridanus Void. This area shows almost no signs of cosmic matter, meaning no stars, planets, solar systems or clouds of cosmic dust. Researchers couldn't even find dark matter, which is invisible but measurable by matter once present in the region.
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"Summon" Death Valley National Park, California, by Ted Gore" - I found this picture on a board, "So many places to go." They may have been talking about Death Valley but I couldn't help but be swept up into the rising Milky Way ~:^]>
Monster ProminenceCredit: NASA/SDONASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured this view of a powerful Class solar flare on Feb. 2011 during a sun storm. NASA scientists called the display a "monster prominence" that kicked up a huge plasma wave.
looking towards the center of our galaxy, the Milky way. Our place is on one of the outer arms of our galaxy so that is why it looks so dense and that you can see the outer arms. Its amazing to see where we really are in space.
The "Eye of Sauron" is the magnificently geeky nickname given to a young star called Fomalhaut (one of three in a trinary system!) and the space debris surrounding it, which, when put together, looks like a giant eye in outer space.
The Eye of God~~Dust and the Helix Nebula ~ Dust makes this cosmic eye look red. The eerie Spitzer Space Telescope image shows infrared radiation from the well-studied Helix Nebula (NGC a mere 700 light-years away in the constellation Aquarius