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    • Lord Dragonstar

      Hen 1357 : Planetary Nebula - Located about 18,000 light-years away in the constellation Ara, this composite image reveals many details besides the big clumps in the ring. Using the wavelengths of Hydrogen (red) and Oxygen (green, yellow), more can be seen; many smaller clumps and wisps of gas which indicate turbulent motions and other activity in the nebula. Two bubbles above and below the ring have burst, allowing the gas inside to escape

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