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Featured Image Gallery for 2004

A Distant Solar System (Artist's Concept)
(December 2004)
The Starless Core That Isn't
(November 2004)
First Peek at Spitzer's Legacy: Mysterious Whirlpool Galaxy
(November 2004)
'Galactic Ghoul' Rears Its Spooky Head
(October 2004)
Spitzer Digs Up Galactic Fossil
(October 2004)
NASA's Great Observatories Provide a Detailed View of Kepler's Supernova Remnant
(October 2004)
Fire Within the Antennae Galaxies
(September 2004)
Ring of Stellar Death
(August 2004)
Morphology of Our Galaxy's 'Twin'
(June 2004)
A Parallelogram-Shaped Meal
(June 2004)
Stellar Jewels Shine in New Spitzer Image
(May 2004)
Dissection of a Galaxy
(May 2004)
Star Formation in the DR21 Region
(April 2004)
Sedna
(March 2004)
Life and Death in the Universe
(March 2004)
Valentine's Day Treat
(February 2004)
The Tarantula Nebula
(January 2004)



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