The Hubble Space Telescope is sending back its sharpest photographs yet of the universe.
Even some scientists are amazed by what they are seeing.
They are the first pictures since new cameras were installed on the Hubble last spring.
The new photographs show 10 images of galaxies and nebulas. And one shows thousands of stars, with blazing hot blue stars and cooler red ones.
Some even have brilliant glows of light that give them halos and can appear heavenly to some people.
Another shows a nebula that looks like a butterfly, with stars heating up the gas in the surrounding region of space.
"The images, especially the butterfly, don't just show science, but can evoke a sense of spirituality," said Hubble senior scientist Dave Leckrone.
"What I see is the grandeur of creation, however it got there," Leckrone told The Associated Press.
To see all the pictures from the Hubble Space Telescope, visit www.nasa.gov.