Above, star formation. Vast areas of gas are being compacted by the solar wind blown from different directions by nearby stars.
Here's Stickney Crater, the largest crater on the Martian moon, Phobos. The crater is half the size of the Phobos and appears to have been made fairly recently.
Above, the night side of Saturn, taken this past October. The sun is entirely hidden behind the planet.
Here's a solar flare that erupted on New Years' Eve, 2012. The film condenses 4 hours of activity into 17 seconds. Be sure to watch it on full screen mode.