So, how exactly do the Guardians Of The Galaxy fit into the Marvel Cinematic Universe?
The bright light of the star fragments is formed by gas and dust.
The view won't last forever!
(Story continues below image.) The image is a composite of images captured by XMM-Newton, an orbiting X-ray observatory launched
The head of CG4 is around 1.5 light-years in diameter, while its tail is about eight light-years long -- that's so big that
“There is the only one thing that can light up a neighborhood like this: massive stars kicking out enough horsepower in ultraviolet
The nebula, NGC 3576, recognizable to astronomers by the curly "ram's horn" filaments at its top, is visible on the image's
We know precious little about the character in the movies, but his comic-book legacy is infamous. Without giving too much
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Other scenarios that might account for the mammoth cloud — such as gas that has been stretched and torn by a galaxy's gravitational