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Winners of the 2021 Ocean Art Underwater Photo Contest - 20 of the winning and honorable mention entries from this year's underwater photography competition. theatln.tc/1oSJZrdp
 
Winners of the 2021 Ocean Art Underwater Photo Contest - 20 of the winning and honorable mention entries from this year's underwater photography competition. theatln.tc/1oSJZrdp
 
Photos of the Week: Ice Disk, Snowy Owl, Giant Ichthyosaur - 35 images from the past seven days, including flooding in Washington state, a whale off the California coast, a murmuration in Israel, Olympics prep in Beijing, and much more. theatln.tc/OOlqL4gX
 
Heavy Rainfall Causes Severe Flooding in Brazil - 18 photos from the Brazilian states of Minas Gerais, Pará, and Maranhão, where recent heavy rains have swollen rivers, flooded communities, and claimed more than a dozen lives. theatln.tc/L7oVSQsl
 
Tracking Cougars to Figure Out Where to Build a Bridge - 15 photos from Reuters photographer @Steffikeith as she accompanied members of the Olympic Cougar Project, tracking a wild cougar in Washington State's Olympic Peninsula. theatln.tc/IWNfU242
 
Photos of the Week: New Year, Mammoth Mountain, Sea Scream - 35 images from the past seven days, including penguins in London, ski jumping in Austria, New Year's in Brazil, and much more. theatln.tc/2HFl7RcZ
 
The Beauty of Earth From Orbit - 21 recent images of our lovely planet, taken by the crew members of Expedition 65 and 66 aboard the International Space Station. theatln.tc/JHQfjlye
 
Starting the Year With an Icy Swim - 18 images of chilly fun being had at lakes and beaches across the Northern Hemisphere, as we welcome the year 2022. theatln.tc/jl8ylyLS
 
2021: The Year in Volcanic Activity - 27 images showing some of the more active volcanoes around the world over the past year. theatln.tc/WkSUg5lc
 
Day 25 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: A Galactic Menagerie. A view into galaxy cluster ACO S 295. At a time of year meant for wonder, it's incredible to imagine the billions of worlds and systems in this one small slice of the Universe theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Photos of the Week: California Snow, Choir Candles, Magic Tree - 35 images from the past seven days, including a "Santa Special" steam train in England, diving in Abu Dhabi, damage from Typhoon Rai in the Philippines, and much more. theatln.tc/c4qR2Fsq
 
Day 24 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: Cosmic Pillars. These one-light-year-tall pillars of cold hydrogen and dust sit in the Carina Nebula, about 7,500 light-years away, where violent stellar winds sculpt the surrounding nebula. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
2021 Seen Through the Lens of Brandon Bell - 36 images from Getty Images staff photographer Brandon Bell, who spent the year skillfully & empathetically covering events from the trial of Derek Chauvin to the recent tornado outbreak in Kentucky, & much more theatln.tc/VmIfaQb8
 
Day 23 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: A Shrouded Star. This image shows the star RS Puppis, about 6,000 light-years away, that is enveloped by thick, dark clouds of dust which enable a phenomenon known as a light echo to be observed. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Day 22 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: A Sea of Stars. A view of more than 100,000 stars inside the crowded core of the globular cluster Omega Centauri, which boasts nearly 10 million stars in total, about 16,000 light-years from Earth. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas. A collection of holiday cheer and light wrapped up in 30 recent photographs. theatln.tc/bhriTJWR
 
Day 21 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: The Edge of the Sombrero. The spiral Sombrero galaxy is seen tilted nearly edge-on, with a rim of dark dust lanes. It is about 50,000 light-years across, and is located 30 million light-years away. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Day 20 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: A Wider View of the Lagoon. The Lagoon Nebula is 55 light-years wide and 20 light-years tall. This image shows a small part of this turbulent star-formation region, about 4,000 light-years away. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Day 19 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: A Galactic Collision. Spiral galaxies NGC 2207 and IC 2163, about 80 million light-years away, are a colliding pair, in the early stages of a merger that will create a larger, chaotic galaxy. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Day 18 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: The Rotten Egg Nebula. More than 5,000 light-years away, the Calabash Nebula shows the death of a low-mass star like our Sun. It gets the "Rotten Egg" nickname because it contains a lot of sulphur. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Day 17 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: A Beautiful Spiral. This image features the spiral galaxy NGC 691, part of a group of gravitationally bound galaxies that lie about 120 million light-years from Earth. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Photos of the Week: Ice Donut, Wooden Dragon, Inflatable Tank - 35 images from the past seven days, including a Santa ski run, a wildfire in Kansas, Christmas decorations in England, and much more. theatln.tc/QDJQINXq
 
Swimming With Orcas During Polar Nights - 14 images from photographer @afpolm as he recently spent time with a group of whale watchers and orcas in the fjords of northern Norway. theatln.tc/efx5ZauC
 
Day 16 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: Gazing into the Lagoon. A close-up shot of the Lagoon Nebula, showing the delicate structures formed when the powerful radiation of young stars interacts with the hydrogen cloud they formed from. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Day 15 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: A Halo of Gas and Dust. This giant star called AG Carinae is surrounded by an expanding shell of gas and dust about five light-years across, remnants of an eruption that happened 10,000 years ago. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Day 14 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: Distortions in Space. Gravitational lensing around galaxy cluster Abell 2813. The curved shapes are light from galaxies that lie far beyond the cluster, twisted on the journey to Hubble's camera. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Winners of the Red Bull Illume Photo Contest 2021 - a collection of some of the winning and honored images from the sixth edition of this action and adventure sports photo competition. theatln.tc/cRDFX2GX
 
Day 13 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: A Cloudy Stellar Nursery. AFGL 5180 is a stellar nursery in the constellation of Gemini. At center, a massive star is forming and blasting cavities through the clouds with a pair of powerful jets. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
The Aftermath of the Devastating Tornado Outbreak in Kentucky - 30 photos from the hard-hit town of Mayfield and the surrounding area, after a line of multiple tornados raced across five states, causing at least 80 deaths. theatln.tc/7Mryk1PB
 
Day 12 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: A Lopsided Spiral. Spiral galaxy NGC 2276, 120 million light-years away, appears lopsided due to a neighboring galaxy to the right (not seen) gravitationally tugging on its disk of blue stars. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Day 11 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: A Carbon Star. The red giant CW Leonis sits 300 light-years away among dusty clouds of carbon that engulf the dying star. The clouds were made from outer layers of the star being thrown into space. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Hopeful Images From 2021 - I've made it an annual tradition, after rounding up the often painful “news photos of the year,” to put together uplifting images from the past year—to recognize some of the abundant joy & kindness present in the world around us. theatln.tc/1nvP61qa
 
Day 10 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: A New View of the Pillars of Creation. This image, taken in near-infrared light, transforms the famous pillars into eerie, wispy silhouettes, which are seen against a background of myriad stars. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
2021 in Photos: Wrapping Up the Year - 40 images from the last months of a tumultuous year, the last of a three-part wrap-up of 2021. theatln.tc/gEt0EoTj
 
Day 9 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: A Recent Snapshot of Jupiter. This September 4 view of Jupiter shows the ever-changing landscape of its atmosphere, where a few new storms are making their mark & color changes continue to surprise. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
2021 in Photos: A Look at the Middle Months - 40 images covering the events of the summer of 2021, from the Tokyo 2020 Olympics to Hurricane Ida. theatln.tc/28QtUGj7
 
Day 8 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: Herbig-Haro Object 24. In the center of this image, partially obscured by dark clouds of dust, a newborn star shoots twin jets out into space as a sort of birth announcement to the universe. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
2021 in Photos: How the First Months Unfolded - 40 images from January through April of a tumultuous year. theatln.tc/wS7EItz8
 
Day 7 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: Peering into a Spiral. Hubble gazes into the spiral galaxy NGC 1317, in the constellation Fornax, more than 50 million light-years from Earth. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ pic.twitter.com/DeCIMUI4Fj
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To lend depth to the image, note that the blue dot at bottom is a single star within our own galaxy, then NGC 1317 lies 50 million light-years away, then, furthest from us, the red smudge seen at lower left is yet another galaxy, millions more light-years distant.
 
Day 7 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: Peering into a Spiral. Hubble gazes into the spiral galaxy NGC 1317, in the constellation Fornax, more than 50 million light-years from Earth. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Top 25 News Photos of 2021 - Powerful images from an eventful year. Part one of a week-long look back at the past twelve months. theatln.tc/H6XyKpr3
 
Top 25 News Photos of 2021 - Powerful images from an eventful year. Part one of a week-long look back at the past twelve months. theatln.tc/H6XyKpr3
 
Day 6 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: The Molten Ring. The largest and one of the most complete Einstein rings yet discovered - light from a distant galaxy, warped & magnified by the gravity of a dense body between it and an observer. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Day 5 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: A Colorful Veil. New processing techniques applied to an image of the Veil Nebula bring out fine details of the its delicate filaments of ionized gas. The nebula lies around 2,100 light-years away. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Day 4 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: Galaxies Among the Stars. A close view of open star cluster NGC 6791, about 13,000 light-years away. Two distant background galaxies can be seen through the spaces between the stars at left. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
Photos of the Week: Santa School, Snowy Soccer, Dinosaur Lantern - 35 images from the past seven days, including Christmas decorations in Spain, a lighthouse on Lake Superior, a burnout in Nashville, and much more theatln.tc/U7YBmC4z
 
Day 3 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: A Cosmic Black Eye. NGC4826, often referred to as the “Black Eye” galaxy, is a spiral galaxy filled with dark lanes of dust, about 17 million light-years away in the constellation of Coma Berenices. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
People’s Choice: Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2021
- 15 of the shortlisted images selected for the public to vote on in this year's photo competition. theatln.tc/Cto9P0sy
 
Day 2 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: The Helix Nebula. This portrait offers a dizzying look down what is actually a trillion-mile-long tunnel of glowing gases sitting about 650 light-years away. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
It's that time of year again! Day 1 of the 2021 Hubble Space Telescope Advent Calendar: The Monkey Head Nebula. This giant swirl of dust and gas, a violent stellar nursery, sits about 6,400 light-years away from us, in the constellation of Orion. theatln.tc/chlHvEmJ
 
 
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