Here’s a little batch of cosmic glory for you motherfuckers, on this Friday. It’s a gorgeous tapestry taken by the Hubble Space Telescope, and captures thousands of stars. I said, thousands!
Hit the jump for the full glory and details!
Here’s some cosmic distraction, friends. The Hubble has captured a cannibal galaxy. The motherfucker NGC 4651 consumed a smaller galaxy, to give birth to the glorious one we see today.
Hubble out there, friends! Snapping images. Capturing bulges. I’m here for it!
Oh hell yeah! More gorgeous imagery courtesy of Hubble, one of the hardest working motherfuckers in the game. I mean, it’s a telescope. But still.
Question: Can there be too many pictures of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot? Answer: fucking of course not.
Hohum. Another week, another cosmic revelation that challenges conventional thought. This time? The Hubble telescope has found a supermassive black hole that shouldn’t exist.
Hubble! Doing work, per usual. Sharing gorgeous glimpses into the cosmos, per usual.
Well, the Universe is expanding faster than we thought. Proving, once again, we have a specious grasp on reality at best.
Even in death, the cosmos comes off sublime. For example, here is an image the Hubble captured of an asteroid spinning itself apart.
Hubble discovered a galaxy? By accident! Pfft. Sometimes I find a Skittle stuck in my ass cheeks. Can you eat a galaxy? Probably not! Can I eat that Skittle? You fucking bet!
Hit the jump to check out this finding.