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Starburst Galaxy II ZW 096

Starburst Galaxy II ZW 096 - galaxies, spitzer space telescope, nasa, galaxy ii zw 096, space, infrared, stars, starburst
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The image shows how a brilliant burst of star formation (red glow, right image) is revealed in infrared observations from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. The collision of two spiral galaxies, has triggered this luminous starburst, the brightest ever seen taking place far away from the centers, or nuclei, of merging galaxies.
lara Uploaded by lara on . Starburst Galaxy II ZW 096 - Desktop Nexus Space Download free wallpapers and background images: Starburst Galaxy II ZW 096. Desktop Nexus Space background ID 588875. The image shows how a brilliant burst of star formation (red glow, right image) is revealed in infrared observations from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. The collision of two spiral galaxies, has triggered this luminous starburst, the brightest ever seen taking place far away from the centers, or nuclei, of merging galaxies. Rating: 4.1

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Total Downloads: 315
Times Favorited: 1
Uploaded By: lara
Date Uploaded: February 11, 2011
Filename: sig10-023.jpg
Original Resolution: 1417x1412
File Size: 350.74KB
Category: Galaxies

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