Scores of baby stars shrouded by dust are revealed in this infrared image of the star-forming region NGC 2174, as seen by NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope.
The 2018 Planck map of the polarized CMB anisotropies, shown as rods whose direction and length represent the direction and amplitude of polarized CMB.
During super-close flybys of Saturn's rings, NASA's Cassini spacecraft inspected the mini-moons Pan and Daphnis in the A ring.
The new view shows a more complete picture of Cassiopeia A. NuSTAR data, which show high-energy X-rays from radioactive material, are colored blue.
Titan as seen in the infrared by Cassini.
Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Nantes/University of Arizona