Hubble Space Telescope

This is a continuation of a project I started about 2,5 years ago when I worked on a mosaic of Messier 106, made using images Read more
Full resolution on Flickr Published on Bad astronomy blog About 2 years ago I worked on a mosaic of Messier 106, made using images of Read more
  Recently I started working on crawling through some science databases of several large telescopes to see what data can be found in these archives. Read more
Last night we had a great lecture from Hanny Van Arkel at the Vereniging Christiaan Huygens in Papendrecht. She discovered a new kind of astronomical Read more
On the 23rd of May 2013 NASA released a new image from the Hubble Space Telescope and the Large Binocular Telescope showing the outskirts of Read more
This image shows a combination of visible light imagery of the Hubble Space telescope and infrared data from the Spitzer space telescope of M51, aka Read more
Recently I have been working on Hubble data of M57. When processing the data I found one of the stars moving between the images. Triggered Read more
This image was the result of combining my Hubble image created from 2011 WFC3 data and data from the Subaru Telescope (8.2m) in Hawaii, processed Read more
This image shows the most detailed image taken of M57, until present day. The famously named “Ring Nebula” (also catalogued as Messier 57, M57 or Read more
Hubble imagery of NGC 3256. Galaxies don't normally look like this. NGC 3256 actually shows a current picture of two galaxies that are slowly colliding. Read more

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