Caturday’s Astronomy Pix for April 8-14, 2012

Io: Moon Over Jupiter

Blue Straggler Stars in Globular Cluster M53

A Fox Fur, a Unicorn, and a Christmas Tree

Geostationary Satellites Beyond the Alps

Yuri’s Planet

A Dust Devil of Mars

Six Moons of Saturn

The reflection nebula NGC 1999 is brilliantly ...

The reflection nebula NGC 1999 is brilliantly illuminated by V380 Orionis (center), a variable star with about 3.5 times the mass of the Sun. The black patch of sky is a vast hole of empty space and not a dark nebula as previously thought. NASA image (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Caturday’s Astronomy Pix is a weekly installment, published each weekend between 7:31 and 8:30 am EDT, with links to each daily entry on NASA’s website Astronomy Picture of the Day. I hope you enjoy looking at these often breathtaking images as much as I do.

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