Just now, as I looked up at the evening Moon, I remarked to my mother how much I’ve fallen in love with that “cold-hearted orb that rules the night" since I swung this blog in the direction of outer space. That’s when I thought, hey, let’s do a Saturday night Moon set! And here we are with lunar images from the Apollo 10 mission, May 1969. (NASA)
"Probably no stars will physically hit each other. There’s just so much space between the stars, but when Andromeda collides with us it’ll have a huge impact on the Milky Way. Some things will get thrown into the black hole in the middle, some stars will get ripped off and thrown away into space, so it’ll be dramatic. And the entire night sky will change." - The Universe S1E9 Alien Galaxies
Happy 23rd Birthday, Hubbs!
10 perfect images courtesy of Hubble Space Telescope (launched April 24, 1990)
The Hubble makes me go crazy