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Jason Major (Cosmic Views)

Jason Major is a graphic designer and space enthusiast living in Rhode Island. He has written online articles for Discovery, National Geographic, Universe Today, and has had processed images featured by The Atlantic, Astronomy Magazine, Science Channel, and NASA. You can find more of his work at



This clumpy, twisted, 5,000 light-year-long relativistic jet blasts into space from the supermassive black hole inside the elliptical galaxy Messier 87.

NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory reveals the relativistic engine driving the quadruple apparition.

A Chinese satellite got a historic view of the July 2 total solar eclipse from BEYOND Moon orbit.

NASA's OSIRIS-REx gets a beautiful crescent view of the asteroid, revealing the incredible array of rocks on its surface.