Creepy Pictures in Space

Astronomy Science ~ Outer space can be a scary place. Halloween on Earth usually be the release of a ghost and a werewolf in the environm...

Astronomy Science ~ Outer space can be a scary place.

Halloween on Earth usually be the release of a ghost and a werewolf in the environment around the United States, but any place in Outer space that looks scary? Let's see

1. Jack-o-lantern in the sun

Halloween came early in the sun this year. Earth's closest star to appear daunting in a composite image taken by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory in early October. The sun shines active regions in a pattern that makes it look like having two eyes, a nose and a mouth like a jack-o-lantern.

This image is a combination of 171 and 193 angstrom waves captured by the Solar Dynamics Observatory. two different wavelengths is usually seen with gold and yellow colors to create stunning effects.
"The regions active in this picture looks much brighter because they are the areas that emit more light and energy," NASA officials said in a statement. "They are markers of a series of complex magnetic fields Instant and floating in the solar atmosphere, the corona."

2. Witch Head Nebula

Witch Head Nebula (IC 2118)
Witch head nebula really looks like a witch screaming into the void of space space. These magicians even have green skin, a hooked nose and pointed chin, as seen in the photo taken by NASA's Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) and the release on Halloween 2013. (witch is turned to the side of the image.) This object is 900 light years and lies in the constellation Eridanus.

3. "Ghost Light" Galaxies

The Hubble Space Telescope captured this image of what scientists described as "ghost light" of the long-dead star in Pandora's Cluster, a group of galaxies known officially as Abell 2744. This image released on October 30, 2014.
The Hubble Space Telescope has seen the light of being thrown out of the galaxy is destroyed billions of years ago. Image released on October 30 shows a cluster consisting of 500 galaxies, and lies about 4 billion light years from Earth.

Star orphan blue light creates a ghost in the picture. These stars are now roam between galaxies in clusters. Read: Hubble Find 'Starlight Ghosts' from Galaxies Are Already Old Destroyed

4. Scary Nebula

LBN 483

A shining blue purple nebula in our galaxy. This object named LBN 483 which looks like a puff of smoke flew high into the universe. Even looks like a genie out of the bottle.

5. Eye On Jupiter

Black structure in the face of Jupiter caused by the shadow of the Ganymede moon
A new image of Jupiter shows the planet seems to have an eye. The Hubble Space Telescope took this picture of Jupiter in April when Jupiter's moon Ganymede passing in front of a giant hurricane Jupiter.
Read : Mysterious Eye on Jupiter

6. Ghost In Space

Eastern Veil Nebula

The object of this looks very spooky sky like a ghost. Spooky image is a picture near eastern Veil Nebula or Eastern Veil (also known as Caldwell 33). The actual distance is not known, but the object is expected within 1,400 light years from planet Earth in the constellation Cygnus. Read: Figure Ghost In Space

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