SS: the above image is in the beehive constellation of ophiuchus i spoke about in the last blog .. the bow shock makes it appear as an egyptian eye of ra or horus .. below is a celestial rose in the “queen soul” constellation of andromeda .. those two galaxies are going to collide just like the milky way is in collision with the dwarf galaxy sagittarius which we are actually part of Sagittarius.

In this undated image released by NASA taken by the WISE telecope showing a massive star plowing through space dust in Ophiuchus. The result is a brilliant bow shock, seen here as a yellow arc. The first batch of data from a NASA mission to map the entire sky has been released to scientists and anyone with an Internet connection. The catalog made public this week includes millions of galaxies, stars, asteroids and other celestial objects. (AP Photo/NASA)

To celebrate the 21st anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope’s deployment into space, astronomers at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Md., pointed Hubble’s eye at an especially photogenic pair of interacting galaxies in Andromeda. The larger of the spiral galaxies, known as UGC 1810, has a disk that is distorted into a rose-like shape by the gravitational tidal pull of the companion galaxy below it, known as UGC 1813. This image is a composite of Hubble Wide Field Camera 3 data taken on December 17, 2010, with three separate filters that allow a broad range of wavelengths covering the ultraviolet, blue, and red portions of the spectrum. (NASA, ESA, A. Riess (STScI/JHU), L. Macri and Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)