G1.9+0.3 is the remnant of the most recent supernova in our galaxy. It is estimated to have occurred about 110 years ago in a dusty region of the galaxy that blocked visible light from reaching Earth, but it can be seen by x-ray telescopes such as Chandra X-ray Observatory.
The Parker Solar Probe is inbound for its rendezvous with the Sun. On 25 September, it took a look back at the Earth with its wide-field image and snapped this picture. The bulge on the right isn’t part of the Earth. It’s the Moon.
Judge Loretta Preska of the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York has ruled that because the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is unconstitutionally structured, the agency lacks authority to bring an enforcement action pending before that court.