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NGC 1499, The California Nebula, which lies 1500 light years away in the constellation of Perseus and spans a length of about 100 light years.

NGC 1499, The California Nebula, which lies 1500 light years away in the constellation of Perseus and spans a length of about 100 light years.

Nebula

Nebula

NGC 206 and the Star Clouds of Andromeda - Astronomy Picture of the Day

NGC 206 and the Star Clouds of Andromeda - Astronomy Picture of the Day

Nebula

Nebula

The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has captured this image of dwarf irregular galaxy Holmberg II. The galaxy is dominated by huge bubbles of glowing gas, which are sites of ongoing star formation. - Credit: NASA & ESA

The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has captured this image of dwarf irregular galaxy Holmberg II. The galaxy is dominated by huge bubbles of glowing gas, which are sites of ongoing star formation. - Credit: NASA & ESA

Heart nebula - Credit: NASA

Heart nebula - Credit: NASA

En la dirección de la constelación de Escorpio, contra el fondo estrellado, contrasta la presencia de esta formación. Es la nebulosa NGC 6231, a la que popularmente conocemos como la Torre Oscura... #astronomia #ciencia

En la dirección de la constelación de Escorpio, contra el fondo estrellado, contrasta la presencia de esta formación. Es la nebulosa NGC 6231, a la que popularmente conocemos como la Torre Oscura... #astronomia #ciencia

Nebula

Nebula

January 1, 2013 - Astronomy Picture of the Day. Few star clusters are seen to be so close to each other. Some 7,000 light-years away, though this pair of open galactic star clusters is an easy binocular target, a lovely star field in the northern constellation Perseus. Also visible to the unaided eye from dark sky areas, it was cataloged in 130 BC by Greek astronomer Hipparchus.

January 1, 2013 - Astronomy Picture of the Day. Few star clusters are seen to be so close to each other. Some 7,000 light-years away, though this pair of open galactic star clusters is an easy binocular target, a lovely star field in the northern constellation Perseus. Also visible to the unaided eye from dark sky areas, it was cataloged in 130 BC by Greek astronomer Hipparchus.

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