Chris Sasaki - Dunlap Institute for Astronomy & Astrophysics

Illustration of sonic boom
Maria Drout
This Hubble Space Telescope image of the remnant of Supernova 1987A shows a bright inner ring glowing as it interacts with material from the supernova blast.
The pulsar PSR B1957+20 is seen in the background through the cloud of gas enveloping its brown dwarf star companion.
A Hubble Space Telescope image of the galaxy NGC1052-DF2. Distant galaxies are visible through DF2 due to its lack of stars and “ghostly” nature.
An image obtained using the Hubble Space Telescope showing three objects
In this composite image, the filament of ammonia molecules appears red and Orion Nebula gas appears blue.
Artist's impression of what a supermassive black hole would look like
Artist’s rendition of a typical millisecond pulsar binary system in which the shape of the companion star (left) is deformed by the gravitational pull of the pulsar (right) seen emitting beams of radiation.
Image of the Milky Way taken by the WISE space telescope.