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An image of a small region within a hotbed of star formation also known as the Omega or Swan Nebula, located about light-years from Earth in the constellation Sagittarius.

Christmas Tree star cluster or NGC 2264

A Fox Fur, a Unicorn, and a Christmas Tree. An image of the Fox Fur Nebula, the Cone Nebula and the Christmas Tree star cluster which are all located in the Monoceros (unicorn) constellation. Catalogued as NGC

My soul is from elsewhere, I'm sure of that, and I intend to end up there

This Nasa image captured on April shows baby stars creating chaos light-years away in the cosmic cloud of the Orion Nebula. Four massive stars make up the bright yellow area in the center of this false-color image for the Spitzer Space Telescope.

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The Eagle Has Risen: Stellar Spire in the Eagle Nebula. A billowing tower of gas and dust rises from the stellar nursery known as the Eagle Nebula. This small piece of the Eagle Nebula is 57 trillion miles long trillion km).

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Hubble snaps NGC 5189 The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope celebrates the holiday season with a striking image of the planetary nebula NGC The intricate structure of the stellar eruption looks like a giant and brightly coloured ribbon in space.

"I believe the universe wants to be noticed." (14.223) Augustus would pin this to represent this quote.

Would love to know what nebula this is. This is a color-enhanced, flipped version of a portion of the Orion Nebula showing baby star formation.

An image of the Eagle Nebula reveals a tall, dense tower of gas being sculpted by ultraviolet light from a group of massive, hot stars.

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34 of 44 © REUTERS/NASA/Handout A new view of the Eagle Nebula, one of the two largest and sharpest images Hubble Space Telescope has ever taken.

Does the image above look familiar? It's because the "Pillars of Creation" is one of the most iconic images captured by the Hubble Space Telescope -- exc

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This image supplied by NASA and the European Space Agency, on August 29, 2006, is a composite made from 18 separate images taken using the Hubble Space Telescope providing a detailed look at the tattered remains of a supernova explosion known as Cassiopeia A (Cas A).

Cassiopeia A - The colourful aftermath of a violent stellar death Credit: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgement: Robert A. Fesen (Dartmouth College, USA) and James Long (ESA/Hubble)