fermi_bubbles_milky_way

horizontal disk seen from edge with pink/blue bubbles emanating from the centre above and below.

Fermi Bubbles – found by the Fermi telescope in 2010 – extend 20,000 light-years above and below our Milky Way galaxy. Read more about them from NASA.

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March 26, 2012
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