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    Wired Science Space Photo (of that Day): Horsehead Nebula #space @wiredscience

  • Periklis Livas

    What sounds like science fiction is actually reality: using the 30m-telescope of the Institute for Radio Astronomy for astronomical observations in the millimetre range of wavelengths, astronomers have detected, for the first time, the interstellar molecule C3H+, in our galaxy. It belongs to the hydrocarbon family and is thus part of major energy resources of our planet, i.e. petroleum and natural gas. The discovery of this molecule at the heart of the famous Horsehead Nebula ...

  • Jeremy Pierce

    Horse Head of the Horsehead Nebula

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