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The eagle nebula has to be most photogenic around.

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
i'd like to get more imformation on the eagle nebula.. if you know of any other web sites that can give me information on the eagle nebula, and the gas pillars i'd love to know about them.. thanks. katy.

-katy

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
After viewing the eagle nebula, there is no doubt about a supreme being, how can just random gases be so beautiful

-Jeffrey Stanchek

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
This is great are there more? and how can I learn where it and others are located.

-Ray J ohnson

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
WoW!! Can I have pictures like this sent to my email address please?

-Paul Morley

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Anonymous
01/01/70 12:00 AM GMT
Absolutely an indescribably beautiful creation... made by the hand of .....

-Harvey

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Anonymous
03/06/02 4:20 AM GMT
After all this we are still ignorant towards God. How can we claim to be superior n powerful when there is a greater power that moves us.



-Raz
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ballstar
04/08/02 11:29 PM GMT
Very beautiful picture, it's now my wallpaper.
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Anonymous
04/14/02 4:46 PM GMT
Awesome!!!!!!! This has to be one of my favorite space images

-Larry Payne
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Anonymous
05/09/02 6:51 PM GMT
this is called SCIENCE
people!!!NOT gods creation...
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Anonymous
05/09/02 6:53 PM GMT
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Anonymous
05/21/02 4:03 AM GMT
Once we reallize that god is much more than all of this and stop trying to figure him out in a scientific way we will be O.K
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Anonymous
05/22/02 2:33 AM GMT
this id an amazing thing and i would love more pics of this type of thing!
~Sir Dave~
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gruven
07/19/02 6:58 PM GMT
Hmm,

Maybe...maybe God IS the Universe itself.
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douglas
10/13/02 2:47 AM GMT
Nasa takes some beauitful pictures! I like gruven's point of view.

Mr. Sandman
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jimmyswinger
12/25/02 6:08 AM GMT
it freaks me out! all the planets around it look like they are dying. like it is some evil psychedelic red bull.
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peaban
12/28/02 1:18 PM GMT
When I saw this for the first time in a space mag I thought it was an artist conseption , too Unreal to be real. It gave me a new perspective on just how fantasic the universe is.
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The_Raven
02/18/03 10:12 PM GMT
Problably the most mysterious thing I have ever seen, wish I could fly threw it, or see it close up.

"Watch your back because you'll never hear the shot that hits you...."
-The Raven-
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razor
02/27/03 7:49 AM GMT
Wickedly cool.....my best background from ceades.net so far.....keep it up!!
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DigitalFX
06/07/03 4:40 AM GMT
A little less compress if you please. Too many artifacts for a good wall paper.
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-DFX - "Come away with me to a fractal sea where the digital dophins flow.
nogoodnoevil
06/30/03 10:41 PM GMT
its ok....kinda dark........i guess you will ahve that in space though
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I eat poop, well not really that is a lie.
KITLYN
07/16/03 10:46 PM GMT
VERY EROTIC TO LOOK AT!!!!!!
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hasancem
07/31/03 11:59 AM GMT
Bu ne lan böyle
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ruski
09/08/03 6:00 AM GMT
Awesome!
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oliveim
09/22/03 2:44 PM GMT
ooooo pretty colors :)
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shoobie
10/01/03 1:00 AM GMT
Everyone likes the Eagle Nebula. I do too. Like most nebula, it's a stellar nursery (where stars are formed). Despite how it looks, the nebula is not expanding but shrinking and being blown downwards by solar forces from nearby (above) stars. The stars seen in the picture are actually behind the nebula. The tendrils or pillars seen near the top are where dense areas of gas or almost-formed stars are resisting the push of the solar waves, like a stone in the sand. Thinking about it all, it is just that much more amazing!
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alexdoherty215
11/05/03 6:55 PM GMT
very nice, like the colours
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ashcuti13
11/11/03 5:10 PM GMT
its absolutley amazing how things lke this form.....its just beautiful, the perfect dream vacation spot lol
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AuroraBorealis
11/22/03 11:13 PM GMT
simply breathtaking,...id love to live there away from all the stupid human beings. does anyone know if the eagle nebula constantly looks like this?
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tie yourself to me stitch up my emptiness cuz you're the death of me so precious loving the thrill
neno
11/23/03 5:53 AM GMT
What colors, my God
neno
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koenigsegg
12/13/03 3:59 AM GMT
I hate it how some of you guys try to steal the credit away from God's hands by saying WE discovered it. Big whoop.

He CREATED it,

We DISCOVERED it.

see the difference?
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kileychristine
12/26/03 6:31 PM GMT
Beautiful on the desktop. Thanks for sharing this.
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earth_amazon
01/12/04 12:50 AM GMT
Wow! Now this is Spectacular!
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pourreau
01/18/04 4:50 PM GMT
My favorite space shot.
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Thunderchicken
02/08/04 5:16 PM GMT
Wow, I just learned about nebulas in school the other day! They are extremely facinating! Beautiful picture!
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When the rooster crows, it's time to WAKE UP!!!
TheWatcher
02/15/04 5:04 PM GMT
fantastic
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Dommi
03/07/04 1:33 PM GMT
I think people are getting off track here. It's about the beauty of the picture, not who or what made it. It is a beautiful picture by the way!
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pikmin256
03/11/04 5:40 PM GMT
Which God in fact are ALL of you talking about? Science disproves religion everyday...are we all naive? Fact vs fiction. Do you believe that dinosaurs existed? Because if you don't, than you think all of the actual evidence is all a huge hoax, right?
Give me a break...
The eagle nebula is quite stunning to look at.
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Ice911
03/22/04 8:16 PM GMT
The pic is good to look at. But not as a background. Just looks shady. Intresting how big space is!
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RAC_III
03/27/04 10:25 PM GMT
Is God the maker the heavens?

Let King David of Israel, whom even atheistic historians cannot deny the existance and reign of, speak the truth on this matter as seen in his writings in Psalm 19:1: "The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands."

Science, by its very nature, cannot "prove" anything...it can merely disprove. And my friend, science is far from disproving the workings and power of God because we must all come to a point of faith in the beginnins of the universe, the earth, and our very existance. What's it gonna be...faith in mere chance and seemingly impossible random happenins, or faith in one true God who created the heavens and the earth, and who created you, loves you, and desires to spend eternity with you?

John 3:16
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frankmulder
04/08/04 7:58 AM GMT
All those 'nebula' images are very nice...
Indeed it's a very nice testimony of God's presence.
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pineapple
05/08/04 5:33 PM GMT
Very mysterious, like it alot, i am fascinated with space and the image makes a lovely desktop!
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§ *Jack* §
madmats
06/02/04 9:06 PM GMT
Now, this is goood!!
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Raul_Duke
07/17/04 4:14 AM GMT
First of all I would like to quote Albert Einstein, one of the most famopus scientists EVER and a very religious man, he said "God does not play dice". In his own way good old Albert was saying to the world that maybe, just maybe all these scientific theories about the creation of the universe are the rules and guidlines that god used to create the universe and that maybe science and religion dont necessarily negate each other outright. As an athiest myself the sheer beauty of images make me realise just how beautiful everything is in my short and fleeting life and i treasure my accidental existance even more, with love in my heart for all those around me. Have a good one, Raul Duke.

P.S Don't take any guff from these swine!
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mesmerized
09/14/04 7:00 PM GMT
WOW! Literally and figuratively, out of this world...and in my favorites. : Pat.
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"Thought is a bird of space, that in a cage of words may indeed unfold its' wings but cannot fly". ~ Kahlil Gibran.
kennycreeper
09/30/04 2:19 PM GMT
Take the childish God versus science pseudo intellectual/theological flame war somewhere else. You won't change each other's minds and I could care less to read about the attempts to do so.

The image is beautiful.

However, I agree that it is awfully artifacted. At 1024x768, I find it extremely artifacted and full of jpeg noise. While it is my current background, I will look for a higher resolution image to replace it.

Beautiful, without question.
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lebeke1
11/05/04 10:43 PM GMT
truely beautiful...yep, proves why we have a creator....
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Odyssey
12/05/04 8:23 AM GMT
Weird... Call me crazy, but I don't find that -particularly- beautiful. It's fantastic that it exists in the universe, true, but somehow I just don't get the aesthetic appeal. (The colors are nice, but the shape isn't pleasant to me.)

Or maybe I've seen that image so much that's almost like a cliche to me.

Ah well. It's interesting!
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Odyssey
12/05/04 8:27 AM GMT
A little info for katy.

http://www.astrographics.com/GalleryPrintsIndex/GP0039.html
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change
12/06/04 11:57 PM GMT
organic, living, beautiful life.
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mr_clough
12/28/04 11:47 PM GMT
looks cool.
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Life is one big experiment.
The_Alchemist
11/07/05 4:00 AM GMT
I can't believe all these religious nuts trying to use every example of human intelligence to push their BS philosophy. It saddens me so much.
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MDB9000
02/05/06 4:45 AM GMT
MY GOD! IT'S FULL OF STARS!
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Iobject
05/24/06 12:21 AM GMT
Beautiful sight! Thank you! Allen
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