In the constellation of the Swan (Cygnus for friends) is where the Tulip nebula or SH2-101 lives. A nebula cataloged in 1959 about 6500 light years from Earth and about […]

I have to admit that nebulas are one of the forms I like the most. It’s like seeing fluids of different densities, very close, mixing. It offers forms, due to […]

Those of us who live in the northern hemisphere and look a little at the sky are very easy to find the constellation of Orion when we look to the […]

What you see is the constellation of Pegasus and, most beautiful, all the cosmic dust cataloged as The MBM 54. Under this beautiful image what we observe is called molecular […]

The Cone Nebula or NGC 2264 is one of the largest pillars of cosmic dust we have in our visible universe. As an area of high concentration of gas and […]

The universe gives us simply spectacular images. In this case an image of Mars where you can see mountain ranges and observe the flow of sand and various materials that […]

If you have noticed, when I speak of elements in our universe I speak of galaxies, stars, nebulae … and then I give their definition or number of object. In […]

In the past (and even by many people) it has been thought that the universe was something static, something that did not change. The stars have always been there and […]