<p>Hubble looks out at Pisces B, a dwarf galaxy 30 million light-years away. Less than a hundred million years ago, it doubled its star formation rate—a sign that it fueled up by passing through dense gas.</p>

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Hubble looks out at Pisces B, a dwarf galaxy 30 million light-years away. Less than a hundred million years ago, it doubled its star formation rate—a sign that it fueled up by passing through dense gas.

Photograph by NASA/ESA/Hubble

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Also this week, gaze out over Ceres's cratered landscape, and see a shimmering aurora from the International Space Station.

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This week, a NASA spacecraft sees Ceres's dramatically cratered landscape, shadows drape Saturn's rings, and the night sky gets lit up by a supercharged meteor shower.

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