Every Photographer's Dream Lense

This year’s April marked the 27th anniversary of NASA's launching of the Hubble Space Telescope. Hubble is not the first and only space telescope, but it is by far the best known and most popular, because the images it captured have not only revolutionized astronomy but also ignited the imagination and the desire for knowledge in generations ahead.

Every Photographer's Dream Lense


The larger a telescope's mirror, the more light it can collect, and the better its vision. Hubble's primary mirror is 94.5 inches (2.4 m) in diameter. Imagine shooting with a camera which has the mirror diameter of 94.5 inches (2.4 m)! You could shoot your clients' weddings from your livingroom (almost).

To celebrate this sun powered “baby”, here are 10 most surreal pictures of cosmos gifted to humanity.
 

 Horsehead Nebula

Horsehead Nebula

 Antennae Galaxies

Antennae Galaxies

 The Bubble Nebula

The Bubble Nebula

 The Tarantula Nebula

The Tarantula Nebula

 Supergiant Star

Supergiant Star

 Spiral Galaxy

Spiral Galaxy

 The Ring Nebula

The Ring Nebula

 The Crab Nebula

The Crab Nebula

 Planetary Nebula

Planetary Nebula

Spiral Galaxies


Are those even real? There is so much beauty and mystery that we are totally oblivious to.

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