Hubble Delivers New Zowielala Desktop Backgrounds Once Again

They may not be the first, but they are not ugly Jupiter photos. These are the first deep space photos sent by the Hubble after the long and risky May repair mission. This is my favourite, but there are more:

The image at the beginning of this article is NGC 6302, a dying star at 3,800 light years from us. This stellar butterfly is formed by the material ejected from the star, a gas hell that roars at 36,000 degrees Fahrenheit, travelling at 600,000 miles an hour. Not a good place to spend your next vacation, but one heck of a view. [NASA]

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