Fri, 06 Apr 2012 09:21:15 GMT | By Jason Buckland, MSN Tech & Gadgets
The wonders of the sky, as seen by NASA

Blowin' space dust

Blowin' space dust (© NASA/JPL - Caltech/UCLA photo)
  • Blowin' space dust (© NASA/JPL - Caltech/UCLA photo)
  • Stop looking at me, Swan! (© NASA/JPL - Caltech/UCLA photo)
  • Van Gogh of the infrared sky (© NASA/JPL - Caltech/UCLA photo)
  • Orion's big head (© NASA/JPL - Caltech/UCLA photo)
  • Rho Ophiuchi's beauty (© NASA/JPL - Caltech/UCLA photo)
  • A celestial shamrock (© NASA/JPL - Caltech/UCLA photo)
  • Speed demon in the sky (© NASA/JPL - Caltech photo)
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According to NASA, much as dust is blown around here on earth, space dust - seen puffing all across this image - can be blown around in space by the wind and radiation emitted from stars

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