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An artist’s impression of a gas cloud from space released by a galaxy as seen from Mars

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An artist’s impression of a gas cloud from space released by a galaxy as seen from Mars. The gas cloud was spotted by Nasa”s Spitzer space telescope, which is cataloguing the evolution of galaxies over time. The galaxy shown is Messier 87, a member of the ‘arcuate’ class of galaxies, known as galaxy clusters Photograph: Spitzer Space Telescope/NASA A young emerald green pondweed is covered in tiny, blood-red eggs by a row of white-crested warblers, a species of warbler that is declining nationally due to habitat destruction and predation Photograph: Robin Moore/iLCP/CI A golden-winged woodpecker perched on a tree branch near Dunstable, Northumberland. The bird has declined rapidly in recent years because of loss of greenery and increased competition for food, and can be spotted in decline in many areas

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