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See The Milky Way Like You've Never Seen It Before (8 pics)

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The range of light that humans can see is called the visible spectrum. These images allow you to see the Milky Way on the electromagnetic spectrum and it's unlike anything you've ever seen before.

Visible Spectrum

1 See The Milky Way Like You've Never Seen It Before (8 pics)

Starting at the bottom with the longest wavelength, we have Radio.


2 See The Milky Way Like You've Never Seen It Before (8 pics)

Microwave


3 See The Milky Way Like You've Never Seen It Before (8 pics)

Far-Infrared


4 See The Milky Way Like You've Never Seen It Before (8 pics)

Near-Infrared


5 See The Milky Way Like You've Never Seen It Before (8 pics)

Hydrogen Alpha



6 See The Milky Way Like You've Never Seen It Before (8 pics)

X-Ray


7 See The Milky Way Like You've Never Seen It Before (8 pics)

Gamma Ray


8 See The Milky Way Like You've Never Seen It Before (8 pics)


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№1 Author: Tomaz86 (15 Jul 2015 16:27) Total user comments: 10836


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The universe is what fascinates me in this world.
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№2 Author: Phynix4 (15 Jul 2015 21:22) Total user comments: 5461


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Taken from what?
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№3 Author: LewisJones (16 Jul 2015 02:21) Total user comments: 2206


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this is so freaking cool! best thread in a while, too.
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