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In the constellation of the Swan (Cygnus for friends) is where the Tulip nebula or SH2-101 lives. A nebula cataloged in 1959 about 6500 light years from Earth and about […]

I have to admit that nebulas are one of the forms I like the most. It’s like seeing fluids of different densities, very close, mixing. It offers forms, due to […]

The Cone Nebula or NGC 2264 is one of the largest pillars of cosmic dust we have in our visible universe. As an area of high concentration of gas and […]

In the past (and even by many people) it has been thought that the universe was something static, something that did not change. The stars have always been there and […]

The E nebula or Barnard 142 nebula, an area of ​​cosmic dust that avoids light from the stars behind it is located in the constellation of the Eagle. About 2,000 […]

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What you see is the Carina Nebula, also known as NGC 3372, 7500 light here and about 350 light-years across years. As you can see is composed of two types […]

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The prospect may also offer some amazing images that do not correspond to reality. An example is the red rectangle nebula known as HD 44179 (for relatives). This nebula is […]

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As you know (or not), the universe is always in a cycle of destruction creation, where, thanks to the dense and strong materials that make up (for example) the earth […]

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Nebula Angel Mandel (MW2) is an “exceptional” case in our visible universe because its form is not only due to clouds of existing cosmic dust and 300 light years “long” […]