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The Flame Nebula sits on the eastern hip of Orion the Hunter, a constellation most easily visible in the northern hemisphere during winter evenings. This view of the nebula was taken by WISE, NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer.

The Flame Nebula. The Flame Nebula sits on the eastern hip of Orion the Hunter, a constellation most easily visible in the northern hemisphere during winter evenings. This view of the nebula was taken by WISE, NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer.

Stunning!    Cosmic Nebulas Dazzle in New Space Telescope Photos Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/WISE Team   An image of the Flaming Star Nebula, taken in infrared light by NASA's WISE space telescope.

Cosmic Nebulas Dazzle in New Space Telescope Photos Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/WISE Team An image of the Flaming Star Nebula, taken in infrared light by NASAs WISE space telescope.

This universe is not outside of you. Look inside yourself; Everything that you want, You are already that.

VISTA’s infrared view of the Orion Nebula This wide-field view of the Orion Nebula (Messier lying about 1350 light-years from Earth, was taken with the VISTA infrared survey telescope at ESO’s.

Beautiful Infrared Astronomy from the Spitzer Space Telescope Spitzer teamed up with the Hubble Space Telescope to peek in on at the Orion Nebula for this composite infrared and visible light image.

Beautiful Infrared Astronomy from the Spitzer Space Telescope

Beautiful Infrared Astronomy from the Spitzer Space Telescope Spitzer teamed up with the Hubble Space Telescope to peek in on at the Orion Nebula for this composite infrared and visible light image.

We began as wanderers, and we are wanderers still. We have lingered long enough on the shores of the cosmic ocean. We are ready at last to set sail for the stars. — 	Carl Sagan

Combined visible and infra-red light images of star forming region Sharpless This nebula is located about light-years away in the direction of the constellation Cygnus. It formed less years ago, making this one of the youngest star-forming regions known.

Foto: La nebulosa Messier 78 (también conocida como M78 o NGC 2068) es una nebulosa de reflexión en la constelación Orión. Fue descubierta por Pierre Méchain en 1780 e incluida por Charles Messier en su catálogo de objetos ese mismo año. M78 es la nebulosa difusa de reflexión más brillante de un grupo de nebulosas que incluye NGC 2064, NGC 2067 y NGC 2071. M78 es fácilmente visible en pequeños telescopios como una mancha difusa e incluye dos estrellas de magnitud 10. Estas dos estrellas, HD…

The gorgeous Nebula Messier 78 is a reflection nebula in the constellation Orion and is the brightest diffuse reflection nebula of a group of nebulae.

Chaos in Orion

Orion Nebula, Image from NASA's spitzer space telescope. Green indicates hydrogen and sulfur gas n the nebula. Red and orange indicate carbon rich molecules. Infant stars appear as yellow dots.

RCW 120 Nebula Shows Expanding Bubble of Ionized Gas. RCW 120 is a nebula that was first discovered in 1960 and is an H II emission nebula in the southern Milky Way, located 4,000 light-years from Earth.

Colorful Bubble: colour composite image of It reveals how an expanding bubble of ionised gas about ten light-years across is causing the surrounding material to collapse into dense clumps where new stars are then formed.

Creation in action!

The Great Orion Nebula by Hubble., whose 5 year mission is to travel to distant galaxies to search for new life

Nebula Constellation M27 Dumbbell Chanterelle.

Dumbbell Nebula is a planetary nebula in the constellation Vulpecula, the 'little fox.' It is 1360 ly away.

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