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  • Penny Nattress Moonstone

    Found in the Scorpius constellation, the Butterfly Nebula (the one featured is NGC6302) is considered one of the most complex structures in history.

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    What Are the Most Awesome NASA Photos?

  • Phil O'Brien

    The Cosmic Butterfly Credit: NASA The Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3), a new camera aboard NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, snapped this image of the planetary nebula, catalogued as NGC 6302, but more popularly called the Bug Nebula or the Butterfly Nebula. WFC3 was installed by NASA astronauts in May 2009, during the servicing mission to upgrade and repair the then 19-year-old Hubble telescope.

  • Kelley Lubsen

    20 Most Amazing Pictures of Outer Space - Butterfly Nebula

  • Pat Planxti Weber

    NGC 6302 or the butterfly nebula which resides in the Scorpius Constellation. Wing span over three light years Dying star at center is 450,000 degrees Fahrenheit. Photo from Hubble Space telescope

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