NGC 4261: Daily Galaxy from NASA's Great Fleet of Observatories
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September 28, 2007

NGC 4261: Daily Galaxy from NASA's Great Fleet of Observatories

Galaxy_5The Giant Elliptical Galaxy NGC 4261 is one of the twelve brightest galaxies in the Virgo cluster, located 45 million light-years away. Photographed in visible light (white) the galaxy appears as a fuzzy disk of hundreds of billions of stars. The  giant disk of cold gas and dust fuels a possible black hole at the galaxy's core of the galaxy.

Estimated to be 300 light-years across, the disk is tipped enough (about 60 degrees) to provide astronomers with a clear view of the bright hub, which presumably harbors the black hole.

Credit: Wide-Field and Planetary Camera of the Hubble Space Telescope and National Radio Astronomy Observatory.

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Hi,

After seeing this thing?
Which power is operating and the power should be one. not two or start because if there is two or more power there must be fight between them. so this pace ful picture show that there is one power and that is "Allah"

its the power of GOD.


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