The story of one museum.
It’s all about how you react to an image.
We’re talking about the Science Museum of Birmingham, which is located in the city centre.
It has a collection of hundreds of thousands of photographs, many of them not yet digitised.
The museum is located at the corner of Victoria Street and Victoria Square.
The building itself has been in existence since the 1930s.
Its original facade was a mixture of wood and brick, and it was decorated in the late 20th century.
Today, it is still a landmark of Birmingham.
However, it’s been used as a museum since 1929.
Its collection includes some of the most iconic images from British science.
Its collections have a huge amount of history, and in some cases they’re used by people to talk about the history of science.
It also has a unique history in the world of astronomy.
A collection of more than 400,000 images dating back to 1882 is now housed within the building.
When I visited the museum, I was amazed at what I found.
It was filled with artefacts, including the first photograph taken from space.
And, when I asked about it, I got a little more than I bargained for.
A photo taken by the crew of the Pioneer 10 spacecraft in 1962, which was the first time the world had seen the moon.
And the first images of a comet.
One of the many photographs taken by a NASA spacecraft in 1967, which helped establish the existence of the solar system.
This image shows the Hubble Space Telescope, the largest telescope ever used to observe the universe.
This photo was taken by James Webb, the first man to fly on a space shuttle, on January 20, 2019.
It shows the formation of the sun and the rings of Saturn.
This is a photograph of the first known galaxy to form.
A view of the Andromeda Galaxy, the most massive galaxy in the Universe.
This was taken in the night sky in August 2018 by NASA’s Wide Field Imager (WFIRST).
This is the first image ever taken of the famous spiral galaxy NGC 769.
This picture was taken using a camera aboard the Hubble, the space telescope which was designed to study the universe at a much smaller size.
The Milky Way galaxy, one of the largest objects in the universe, was discovered by a Nasa spacecraft in 1992.
A photograph taken by NASA in 2006.
This photograph shows the Andromeda galaxy, the closest galaxy to the Milky Way, and the formation and evolution of stars.
The Andromeda Galaxy is a huge galaxy, and is a member of the Local Group.
This particular image was taken with the Hubble Advanced Camera for Surveys, or Hubble’s Wide-Field Imager, a camera used to image the sky in visible light.
It took this photograph of a spiral galaxy, NGC 1348.
It takes its name from a letter, N, and indicates a galaxy that has a central bulge, called a central supercluster.
NGC 1298 was discovered in 1879 by Sir James Herschel, and its superclusters are thought to be formed from the merger of two galaxies.
NCA 4388 was discovered near the centre of our galaxy, called the Large Magellanic Cloud, by the Italian astronomer Giovanni Cassini.
It is also known as the “Little Red Spot”.
This was the last known image of a galaxy, Alpha Centauri, that was not a member, or was a merger of, another galaxy.
The Hubble telescope was designed specifically for studying galaxies.
Its purpose was to look for objects in our universe that we might not expect to see.
In fact, the Hubble telescope has been used to study galaxies from a distance.
A close-up of the Hubble’s Large Field Camera 3 (LFC3) on July 3, 2019, the year before it was launched into space.
This view shows the first ever image of the dwarf galaxy M31, known as NGC 3174.
M31 is one of only two known galaxies in our galaxy that are brighter than the Sun, and therefore brighter than a red dwarf.
It lies approximately 3 billion light years away, which means it’s about a billion times more massive than our Sun.
Nereids are a type of star, which are stars that form in a galaxy when the disk of stars around it collapses.
They are usually bright enough to be seen with the naked eye.
A large red dot shows the position of the NGC 4388 superclustering galaxy, which includes the Andromeda, Beta, and Gamma superclumps.
A massive spiral galaxy is the result of a merger between two galaxies, and a cluster of galaxies is the remnant of a massive galaxy that was pulled into the merger.
The M31 supercluterers are located at a distance of more a billion light-years.
It can be difficult to get a clear image of this galaxy because it’s so close to the sun.
The image of M31