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  • Alex Diaz

    Helix Nebula. This is a planetary nebula meaning it was created by the death throes of a dying star which is now a white dwarf in the middle of this nebula. This is the future of our sun in about 5 billion years.

  • Claire | Munro

    planetary nebula | the centre of it is a white dwarf - a dying low mass star

  • Nicholas Ashbaugh

    Planetary nebula from a dying star. Even in death, stars are breathtaking.

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