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19 Breathtaking exoplanets images you will be amazed after seeing

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Space is always a wonder. Space scientists send satellites, telescope to find find the answer to our universe. The human race in enormously trying to explore the outer space and mysteries behind us, both by sending unmanned probes and physically traveling beyond the Earth’s atmosphere. In all these explorations some amazing pictures have been captured and we can’t believe how our universe, galaxies or exoplanets look.

When we look up at the night sky, we only see a tiny fraction of the stars in space. The photographs collected from the space exploration are used or the purposes of science but are also often breathtakingly beautiful images revealing the wonders of the universe.

In this post, we have collated 19 impressive pictures of the space you will amaze to see.

TRAPPIST-1 planetary system

Artist’s impression of the TRAPPIST-1 planetary system
Credit: ESO/N. Bartmann/spaceengine.org

Stellar flare hits HD 189733b

Stellar flare hits HD 189733b (artist's impression)
Credit: NASA, ESA, L. Calçada

This artist’s impression shows exoplanet HD 189733b, as it passes in front of its parent star, called HD 189733A.

Exoplanet orbiting Fomalhaut

Artist's concept of exoplanet orbiting Fomalhaut
Credit: ESA, NASA and L. Calçada (ESO)

This illustration shows the newly discovered planet, Fomalhaut b, orbiting its sun, Fomalhaut.

Fomalhaut and Fomalhaut b

Fomalhaut and Fomalhaut b
Credit: NASA, ESA and P. Kalas (University of California, Berkeley, USA)

This image, taken with the Advanced Camera for Surveys aboard the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, shows the newly discovered planet, Fomalhaut b, orbiting its parent star, Fomalhaut.

Artist’s impression of WASP-107b

Artist’s impression of WASP-107b
Credit: ESA/Hubble, NASA, M. Kornmesser

The exoplanet WASP-107b is a gas giant, orbiting a highly active K-type main sequence star.

Exotic blue planet HD 189733b

Exotic blue planet HD 189733b (artist’s impression)
Credit: NASA, ESA, and G. Bacon (AURA/STScI)

This illustration shows a “hot Jupiter” planet known as HD 189733b orbiting its star, HD 189733.

Deep blue planet HD 189733b

Artist’s impression of the deep blue planet HD 189733b
Credit: NASA, ESA, M. Kornmesser

This illustration shows HD 189733b, a huge gas giant that orbits very close to its host star HD 189733.

Artist impression of Gliese 436b

Artist impression of Gliese 436b
Credit: NASA, ESA, STScI, and G. Bacon

This artist’s concept shows the enormous comet-like cloud of hydrogen bleeding off of the warm, Neptune-sized planet Gliese 436b just 30 light-years from Earth.

Hubble extrasolar planet in Sagittarius

Hubble extrasolar planet search field in Sagittarius [full ACS view]
Credit: NASAESA, K. Sahu (STScI) and the SWEEPS science team

This is an image of one-half of the Hubble Space Telescope field of view in the Sagittarius Window Eclipsing Extrasolar Planet Search (SWEEPS).

First evaporating planet

European astronomers observe first evaporating planet (artist's impression)
Credit: ESA, Alfred Vidal-Madjar (Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris, CNRS, France) and NASA

This artist’s impression shows an overview of the transiting planet HD 209458b.

Extrasolar planet HD 189733b

Oxygen and carbon discovered in extrasolar planet atmosphere
Credit: ESA and Alfred Vidal-Madjar (Institut d’Astrophysique de Paris, CNRS, France)

This artist’s impression shows an extended ellipsoidal envelope – the shape of a rugby-ball – of oxygen and carbon discovered around the well-known extrasolar planet HD 209458b.

Exomoon orbiting its planet

Exomoon orbiting its planet (artist’s impression)
Credit: NASAESA, and L. Hustak (STScI)

This artist’s impression depicts the exomoon candidate Kepler-1625b-i, the planet it is orbiting and the star in the centre of the star system.

Kepler-13Ab (artist’s impression)

Kepler-13Ab (artist’s impression)
Credit: NASA, ESA, and G. Bacon (STScI)

This artist’s impression shows the seething hot planet Kepler-13Ab that circles very close to its host star, Kepler-13A.

Exotic blue planet HD 189733b

Exotic blue planet HD 189733b (labelled artist’s impression)
Credit: NASA, ESA, and G. Bacon (AURA/STScI)

This illustration shows a “hot Jupiter” planet known as HD 189733b orbiting its star, HD 189733.

Shadow on TW Hydrae’s disc

Shadow on TW Hydrae’s disc
Credit: NASA, ESA, and J. Debes (STScI)

These images, taken a year apart by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, reveal a shadow moving counterclockwise around a gas and dust disc encircling the young star TW Hydrae.

Hubble extrasolar planet in Sagittarius

Hubble extrasolar planet search field in Sagittarius
Credit: NASAESA, K. Sahu (STScI) and the SWEEPS science team

This is an image of one-half of the Hubble Space Telescope field of view in the Sagittarius Window Eclipsing Extrasolar Planet Search (SWEEPS).

Clear to cloudy hot Jupiters

Clear to cloudy hot Jupiters (annotated)
Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA

This image shows an artist’s impression of the ten hot Jupiter exoplanets studied by David Sing and his colleagues.

Artist’s impression of 55 Cancri e

Artist’s impression of 55 Cancri e (close-up)
Credit: ESA/Hubble, M. Kornmesser

This artist’s impression shows the exoplanet 55 Cancri e as close-up.

Exoplanet with comet-like tail

Artist's concept of exoplanet with comet-like tail
Artwork Credit: NASAESA, and G. Bacon (STScI). Science Credit: J. Linsky (University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo., USA)

This artist’s illustration shows a view of the gas giant planet HD 209458b, as seen from the surface of a hypothetical nearby companion object.

Disclaimer: The images used in this article are purely for providing information and are taken from https://www.spacetelescope.org/.

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