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What Did Hubble See on Your Birthday? (Share your images in-thread) #Hubble30 - NASA
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What Did Hubble See on Your Birthday? (Share your images in-thread) #Hubble30 - NASA

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Posted 16th Apr
Thought this was pretty cool! Kids have also have had their image shown, we're thinking about printing the images and putting them up somewhere.

Just to be clear, it's shows your birthday day / month but not the year you were born.

i.e 6th March 2008 if you were born 6th March 1960 or whatever.

Hubble explores the universe 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. That means it has observed some fascinating cosmic wonder every day of the year, including on your birthday.

What did Hubble look at on your birthday? Enter the month and date below to find out!

Then share the results with your friends on social media using #Hubble30.

Firefox users: To easily share your birthday image on social media, you might need to turn off content blocking for this site in your browser’s privacy settings.

Few random dates:


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Whirlpool galaxy in 2005
40431546.jpgMy new wallpaper on my phone 🔥my daughter's birthday. Mine wasn't the best image lol
Edited by: "largeypool" 16th Apr
These are fascinating, I certainly think my mum's one is quite impressive though:

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April 15th 2015
Edited by: "nrps1" 16th Apr
Little Ghost Nebula
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Whirlpool galaxy in 2005
On April 12 in 2010

Hanny's Voorwerp
This image shows a ghostly green blob of gas that appears to float near a normal-looking spiral galaxy. The bizarre object, dubbed Hanny's Voorwerp, is the visible part of a 300,000-light-year-long streamer of gas stretching around the galaxy, called IC 2497.

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Edited by: "Phil.Lavery" 16th Apr
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Galaxy Cluster Abell 1689
This image shows the inner region of Abell 1689, an immense cluster of galaxies located 2.2 billion light-years away. Astronomers used Hubble to map the distrubition of dark matter in the galaxy cluster.

Thank you @Dan_82 .

Andromeda Galaxy

Over 100 million stars are on display in this portion of the Andromeda galaxy, located over 2 million light-years away. This portrait of our galactic neighbor is the largest image yet assembled by Hubble.
40431546.jpgMy new wallpaper on my phone 🔥my daughter's birthday. Mine wasn't the best image lol
Edited by: "largeypool" 16th Apr
largeypool16/04/2020 14:18

[Image] My new wallpaper on my phone 🔥my daughter's birthday. Mine …[Image] My new wallpaper on my phone 🔥my daughter's birthday. Mine wasn't the best image lol


That looks awesome!
Little Ghost Nebula
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Galaxy Cluster SDSS J1004+4112

This picture captures a galaxy cluster called SDSS J1004+4112 that's so massive that its gravity bends light from galaxies behind it. The light of a distant quasar (the brilliant core of an active galaxy) has been bent around the cluster, appearing in five places in this image.
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Galaxy NGC 6503
Most galaxies are clumped together in groups or clusters. A neighboring galaxy is never far away. But this galaxy, known as NGC 6503, has found itself in a lonely position, at the edge of a strangely empty patch of space called the Local Void.

pretty cool
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Some are less impressive! heat added though!
GOODS South Field


More than 12 billion years of cosmic history are shown in this panoramic view of thousands of galaxies in various stages of assembly. The view covers a portion of the southern field of a galaxy census called the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey (GOODS).

(October 2009)

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Be amazing if I could find a bigger picture for my desktop
Edited by: "darthvader666uk" 16th Apr
This is pretty cool.

I wonder, if anyone does spot any interesting images, could you please include the date as well? This will allow others to get the original image.

Some people (like me!) don't have very interesting images on their birth date
40431829-S0e2I.jpgOn January X in 2010 (add 10 years :-P)
Galaxy NGC 2841
Young, blue stars and dark lanes of dust trace the winding arms of NGC 2841. Winds from the young stars may have cleared out the gas needed for additional star birth and halted star formation in the spiral galaxy.

Edited by: "Discente" 16th Apr
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24th December
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Andromeda Galaxy
Over 100 million stars are on display in this portion of the Andromeda galaxy, located over 2 million light-years away. This portrait of our galactic neighbor is the largest image yet assembled by Hubble.
Discente16/04/2020 14:38

[Image] On January X in 2010 (add 10 years :-P)Galaxy NGC 2841Young, blue …[Image] On January X in 2010 (add 10 years :-P)Galaxy NGC 2841Young, blue stars and dark lanes of dust trace the winding arms of NGC 2841. Winds from the young stars may have cleared out the gas needed for additional star birth and halted star formation in the spiral galaxy.


Awesome!
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Mars
This image captures springtime in the northern hemisphere of Mars. The northern polar ice cap has receded to its core of solid water-ice several hundred miles across. Morning clouds appear along the planet's western (left) limb.
Be careful about giving out your Birth day & month on a public forum.
40432078-53Ndz.jpgVery cool.
Sounds like a phishing scam 😁
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Galaxy NGC 4622
This image shows the spiral galaxy NGC 4622. Its outer pair of winding arms is full of new stars, clumped together in blue clusters. Strangely, the galaxy appears to be rotating clockwise, the opposite direction to what astronomers expected.
40432326-uW7ji.jpg"The Ghost Head Nebula is a star-forming region in a nearby galaxy called the Large Magellanic Cloud. The two bright areas (the "eyes of the ghost") are very hot, glowing blobs of hydrogen and oxygen."

Amazing!
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On June 22 in 2012
Interacting Galaxies Arp 142
The interacting galaxy duo near the bottom of this image is Arp 142. The pair contains the disturbed, star-forming spiral galaxy NGC 2936 along with its elliptical companion NGC 2937 at lower left. Above them is an unrelated, bluish galaxy called UGC 5130.
Yep. It was looking at the same as me...40432330-qcHpq.jpg
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October 17 in 1996
Cartwheel Galaxy
The Cartwheel galaxy's unusual appearance was created by a nearly head-on collision with a smaller galaxy. Its spoke-like structures are wisps of material connecting the galaxy’s nucleus to an outer ring of young stars.

Cheers! 😁
Edited by: "SteelCity" 16th Apr
40432932.jpgGalaxy NGC 3310
There are several hundred star clusters in the starburst galaxy NGC 3310. They appear in this image as the bright, blue clumps that trace the galaxy's spiral arms.
Edited by: "ThomasB09" 16th Apr
Loadsa gal's, nice

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Monkey Head Nebula

This image reveals carved knots of gas and dust in a small portion of the Monkey Head Nebula. The nebula is a star-forming region that hosts dusky dust clouds silhouetted against glowing gas.
oos now, doesn't work on laptop
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Party for one
jammiev16/04/2020 16:38

oos now, doesn't work on laptop


You on the correct thread? OOS = Out of stock? Works fine on laptop here IF you are on the correct thread
40433198-keblb.jpgOn May 29 in 2003
Galaxy I Zwicky 18
This image captures the irregular dwarf galaxy I Zwicky 18 and a companion galaxy to its upper right. The two galaxies are interacting, triggering star formation in I Zwicky 18.
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Star Cluster NGC 265
This image displays a cluster of stars called NGC 265. The cluster resides in the Small Magellanic Cloud, one of the small galaxies orbiting our Milky Way galaxy.

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These are fascinating, I certainly think my mum's one is quite impressive though:

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April 15th 2015
Edited by: "nrps1" 16th Apr
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These dense, dark dust clouds, named "Thackeray's globules" after astronomer A.D. Thackeray, are silhouetted against stars and bright gas clouds of the star-forming region IC 2944. The largest globule is actually two separate, overlapping clouds.

As dull as the description..
nrps116/04/2020 16:51

These are fascinating, I certainly think my mum's one is quite impressive …These are fascinating, I certainly think my mum's one is quite impressive though:[Image]


Love this one!
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