addition studio candle | sunflower galaxy

Natural Essential Oil Scented Candle inspired by the sunflower galaxy.

Made in Australia using soy candle wax and 100% essential oil scent.

Burn time: 48 hours

Dimensions: 100 x 100 x 110 mm

Sunflower Galaxy

Star formation is one of the most important processes in shaping the universe. In addition to birthing new stars, it gives rise to planetary systems and plays a pivotal role in the evolution of galaxies. Yet there is still much that astronomers do not understand about this fundamental process. The driving force behind star formation is particularly unclear for a type of galaxy called a flocculent spiral. Unlike grand-design spiral galaxies, flocculent spiral galaxies do not have well defined spiral arms. Instead, they appear to have many discontinuous arms.

M63, also known as the Sunflower galaxy, is one such flocculent spiral galaxy. Although it only has two arms, many appear to be winding around its yellow core in this image captured by Hubble. The arms shine with the radiation from recently formed blue stars and can be more clearly seen in infrared observations. 

addition studio candle | sunflower galaxy

$44.00
addition studio candle | sunflower galaxy addition studio candle | sunflower galaxy
addition studio candle | sunflower galaxy addition studio candle | sunflower galaxy

addition studio candle | sunflower galaxy

$44.00
$44.00

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Natural Essential Oil Scented Candle inspired by the sunflower galaxy.

Made in Australia using soy candle wax and 100% essential oil scent.

Burn time: 48 hours

Dimensions: 100 x 100 x 110 mm

Sunflower Galaxy

Star formation is one of the most important processes in shaping the universe. In addition to birthing new stars, it gives rise to planetary systems and plays a pivotal role in the evolution of galaxies. Yet there is still much that astronomers do not understand about this fundamental process. The driving force behind star formation is particularly unclear for a type of galaxy called a flocculent spiral. Unlike grand-design spiral galaxies, flocculent spiral galaxies do not have well defined spiral arms. Instead, they appear to have many discontinuous arms.

M63, also known as the Sunflower galaxy, is one such flocculent spiral galaxy. Although it only has two arms, many appear to be winding around its yellow core in this image captured by Hubble. The arms shine with the radiation from recently formed blue stars and can be more clearly seen in infrared observations.