Take a break

Escape Earth with these stunning Hubble views

Put on some lo-fi beats, forget everything, and just roam around the universe for a while.

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First stop: the Pillars of Creation, where new stars are birthed out of immense columns of gas and dust.

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Imagine floating aimlessly through the Bubble Nebula, a stellar nursery 8,000 lightyears away from Earth.

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Cruise by the twinkling blue stars of the Small Megellanic Cloud, a young galaxy 200,000 lightyears away. Note other reddish-tinted galaxies in the background.

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Catch the electric Veil Nebula, a section of the outer shell of a supernova, just 1400 lightyears away.

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Dream about the whirling Twin Jet Nebula, a bipolar nebula with two stars at its center.

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Aim your mental spaceship towards sparkling Messier 2, a group of thousands of stars 55,000 lightyears away bound together by gravity.

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Immerse yourself in Hubble’s Ultra Deep Field, one of the most famous views of the universe. Each bright smudge is not a star but an entire galaxy.

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Bask in the glory of star-forming region NGC 2467, with its roiling orange clouds of gas and electric blue young stars.

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Bundle up before you head over to the Boomerang Nebula, which at minus 485 degrees Fahrenheit, is the coldest object found in the universe so far.

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