The Missing Link Roundup

Messier 82 Galaxy

Dead stars at the center of the galaxy Messier 82

The Chalmers University of Technology captured the sharpest astronomical image ever taken at long radio wavelengths, of the Messier 82 galaxy. The Messier galaxy sits 11.5 million light years from Earth. — Gizmodo

Cassini has been hanging out with Saturn for a bit, taking some really awesome photos and teaching us all kinds of things about the outer planets. Check out this picture of Saturn and its moon Rhea. — NASA

Could the orientation of Quasars lead us to some great cosmic answer? Scientists in Belgium are trying to figure out how and why quasars are aligned with each other despite being hundreds of millions of light years apart. — IFLScience

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