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Stargazing Wolf

Stargazing Wolf

The Eagle Nebula in Mapped Colour- Taken by Russell Croman

The Eagle Nebula in Mapped Colour- Taken by Russell Croman

Drifting, waiting for the one moment of inspiration that renders your perception of the universe anew... Apo + Chaotica ____________________________________ This image, or modifications of this ima...

Drifting, waiting for the one moment of inspiration that renders your perception of the universe anew... Apo + Chaotica ____________________________________ This image, or modifications of this ima...

#galaxy #blue #beautiful #perfect

#galaxy #blue #beautiful #perfect

"But the stars that marked our starting, fall away. We must go deeper into greater pain, for it is not permitted that we stay." ~ Dante Alighieri (The Inferno, Canto VII)

"But the stars that marked our starting, fall away. We must go deeper into greater pain, for it is not permitted that we stay." ~ Dante Alighieri (The Inferno, Canto VII)

orion nebula

orion nebula

The Crab Nebula in Taurus

The Crab Nebula in Taurus

Orion Nebula

Orion Nebula

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ESO’s Very Large Telescope in Chile has captured the most detailed image ever taken of the Medusa Nebula (Sharpless 2-274). As the star at the heart of this nebula is dying, it shed its outer layers into space, forming this colourful cloud. Located in the constellation of Gemini (The Twins), the Medusa Nebula spans approximately four light-years and lies at a distance of about 1500 light-years. Despite its size it is extremely dim and hard to observe.

ESO’s Very Large Telescope in Chile has captured the most detailed image ever taken of the Medusa Nebula (Sharpless 2-274). As the star at the heart of this nebula is dying, it shed its outer layers into space, forming this colourful cloud. Located in the constellation of Gemini (The Twins), the Medusa Nebula spans approximately four light-years and lies at a distance of about 1500 light-years. Despite its size it is extremely dim and hard to observe.