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15:41, 2 April 2009 Zeta tauri Beta Tauri and M1.png (file) 28 KB {{Information |Description={{fr|Carte pour la constellation Taureau Produite à l'aide du logiciel [ PP3]}} |Source=*File:Taurus_constellation_map-fr.png |Date=2009-04-02 16:41 (UTC) |Autho
09:47, 26 March 2009 M51Rosse.png (file) 256 KB {{Information |Description={{en|1=First sketch of a spiral "nebula" (i.e., galaxy), as published in 1850 by Lord Rosse}} |Source=William Parsons, Observations on the Nebulae, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 140, 499-514 (1850) |Author=Wi
02:23, 1 February 2009 SN 1054 5jul zoom.png (file) 104 KB {{Information |Description={{en|1=Sky at daybreak on 5 july 1054 where the famous supernova of 1054 was in loose conjunction with the Moon and may have been depicted by the so-called "Supernova Petroglyph" (see [[:Image:Chaco canyon pueblo bonito petrogly
02:20, 1 February 2009 SN 1054 4jun.png (file) 273 KB {{Information |Description={{en|1=Sky at daybreak on 4 june 1054 where the famous supernova of 1054 could have been sighted according to Japanese documents whose date is likely to be incorrect since the star was almost in conjunction with the Sun}} |Sourc
02:18, 1 February 2009 SN 1054 4jul.png (file) 224 KB {{Information |Description={{en|1=Sky at daybreak on 4 july 1054 where the famous supernova of 1054 was first sighted in China}} |Source=Own work by uploader |Author=Alain r |Date= |Permission= |other_versions= }} <!--{{ImageUpload|full}
00:15, 1 February 2009 Possible SN1054 sighting on 19 apr 1054.png (file) 355 KB {{Information |Description={{en|1=The sky in the WSW direction at sunset, on 19 Arpil 1054, at the death of Pope Leo IX. A chronicler said that at that time he "saw as it were the path by which his soul was escorted by the angels to Heaven adorned with sh
15:47, 10 December 2008 Wormhole.png (file) 1.08 MB {{Information |Description={{en|1=Wormhole corresponding to the maximal analytic extension of the Reissner Nordstrom metric. What is inside the hole is another universe that lies within the past lightcone of the observer and that is consequently unreachab
00:59, 24 October 2008 Nsp2.png (file) 2.04 MB {{Information |Description={{en|1=nsp}} |Source=Own work by uploader |Author=Alain r |Date= |Permission= |other_versions= }} <!--{{ImageUpload|full}}-->
00:58, 24 October 2008 Nsn.png (file) 1.48 MB {{Information |Description={{en|1=nsn}} |Source=Own work by uploader |Author=Alain r |Date= |Permission= |other_versions= }} <!--{{ImageUpload|full}}-->
00:57, 24 October 2008 Ns0.png (file) 1.86 MB {{Information |Description={{en|1=ns0}} |Source=Own work by uploader |Author=Alain r |Date= |Permission= |other_versions= }} <!--{{ImageUpload|full}}-->
21:07, 18 October 2007 PPdot2.png (file) 289 KB {{Information |Description=P-Pdot diagram for known pulsars, highlighting AXP's, high energy emission pulsars and binay pulsars |Source=self-made |Date= |Author= Alain r }}
09:56, 15 October 2007 N49.jpg (file) 493 KB N49 supernova remnant in LMC. Taken from HST website [].
11:41, 31 August 2007 Kepler-j-illus-browse.jpg (file) 151 KB Extract for J. Kepler's ''De Stella Nova'', published in 1606 showing the the localization of the "new star" of 1604 at the right foot of Ophiuchus. Taken from []
20:18, 4 April 2007 DRT 2006 06.JPG (file) 179 KB Dwingeloo observatory, in the Netherlands {{No rights reserved}} {{PD-user|Harm Munk}}
11:20, 4 April 2007 3 Cas.png (file) 90 KB Copy of one page of Historia Coeslestis Britannica, published around AD 1712 showing measurement of star 3 Cas
21:31, 2 February 2007 Professor Don Page.jpg (file) 29 KB Prof Don Page, personal photo from en: wp: user JKrabbe transferred into commons {{PD-user|JKrabbe}}
09:32, 19 September 2006 PowerSpectrum18.png (file) 5 KB WMAP temperature anisotropy power spectrum
02:40, 8 September 2006 BH LMC.png (file) 8.93 MB Gravitational distortions caused by a black hole in front of the Large Magellanic cloud Category:Black hole
22:09, 9 July 2006 FY221c15.png (file) 4.59 MB View of a Schwarzschild wormhole as would be seen by a free falling observer on a Schwarschild black hole. The region from which the observer originates is on the right. The black hole shadow is a black circle that becomes an annulus once the observer pas
22:16, 31 May 2006 J0737-3039 still1 large.jpg (file) 1.03 MB Artist's impression of binary pulsar PSR J0737-3039. The two pulsars are not shown to scale: if they were depicted as the size of marbles, they would be 225 m (750 ft) apart. {{CopyrightedFreeUseProvidedT
11:54, 18 May 2006 HUDF-JD2.jpg (file) 93 KB HUDF-JD2 galaxy seen by Hubble space telescope
13:56, 9 March 2006 Sfxx0850.jpg (file) 1.91 MB Black hole in front of milky way star background. The heavily distorted background stars correspond to the milky way as seen from Earth. The shrunk set of 5 stars on the right is in fact the famous "W" asterism of Cassiopeia. The small set of stars in the
16:20, 11 January 2006 Albireo kstars.png (file) 35 KB Albireo star in Cygnus constellation
10:27, 9 January 2006 Achernar kstars.png (file) 23 KB Position of star Achernar at the southernmost point of Eridanus constellation
09:42, 9 January 2006 Acrux kstars.png (file) 18 KB Acrux star
09:01, 9 January 2006 Acrux kstars.jpg (file) 21 KB Diagram showing Acrux within Southern Cross constellation
11:15, 5 January 2006 Crux.jpg (file) 39 KB  
00:26, 5 January 2006 Acrux.png (file) 68 KB Acrux binary system, with HD 108250. Made from public domain 2MASS data
16:55, 4 January 2006 Einstein rings zoom.gif (file) 14.38 MB Overview of the infinite sequence of Einstein rings around a Schwarzschild black hole. Aperçu des anneaux d'Einstein successifs autour d'un trou noir de Schwarzschild.
12:45, 23 December 2005 Without bh.jpeg (file) 258 KB Same as With_bh.jpeg, but without the black hole (for comparison)
12:44, 23 December 2005 With bh.jpeg (file) 248 KB A black hole as seen from a distance of 50 Schwarzschild radii by a static observer with the Milky Way in the background - camera opening angle: 60°
12:56, 27 October 2005 JacobBekenstein240.JPG (file) 10 KB Jacob Bekenstein at Harvard. Picture dedicated to the public domain {{PD-user-en|Lumidek}}