O Universo Infinito

Só Jesus Tem Poder Para Transformar

Só Jesus Tem Poder Para Transformar
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A Ghostly Presence
This composite image shows Z Camelopardalis, or Z Cam, a double-star system. The Z Cam system features a collapsed, dead star, called a white dwarf, and its companion star, as well as a ghostly shell around the system. The massive shell provides evidence of lingering material ejected during, and swept up by, a powerful explosion that occurred a few thousand years ago.

The image combines data gathered
from the far-ultraviolet and near-ultraviolet detectors on NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer on Jan. 25, 2004. The orbiting observatory first began imaging Z Cam in 2003.

Z Cam is the largest white object in the image, located near the center. Parts of the shell are seen as a wispy, yellowish feature below and to the right of Z Cam, and as two large, whitish, perpendicular lines on the left.

Z Cam was one of the first known recurrent dwarf nova, meaning it
erupts in a series of small, hiccup-like blasts, unlike classical novae, which undergo a massive explosion.

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech

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O Cosmos

" A Via Láctea *

"  A Via Láctea  *
Bilhões de Galáxias formam A Via Láctea

* Base de Lançamento *

* Base de Lançamento  *
NASA - "Onibus Espacial"

* A Atlantis *

Atlantis Lifts Off!
Photographers crowd around the countdown clock to capture the successful launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis from Launch Pad 39A. The shuttle is delivering a new segment to the starboard side of the International Space Station's backbone, known as the truss. Three spacewalks are planned to install the S3/S4 truss segment, deploy a set of solar arrays and prepare them for operation. STS-117 is the 118th space shuttle flight, the 21st flight to the station, the 28th flight for Atlantis and the first of four flights planned for 2007. Image credit: NASA/Jim Grossmann

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