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  • Jason Lewis

    An uncommon view of the Rosette Nebula, revealing the rose's Valentine's Day-approved long stem. Located within the constellation Monoceros, the Rosette (NGC 2237) is about 5,000 light years away from Earth. At the center of the rose blossom is an energetic star cluster designated NGC 2244.

  • Kimberly Arcand

    The Rosette Nebula is a cosmic cloud of gas and dust. This view shows a long stem of glowing hydrogen gas. At the edge of a large molecular cloud, the petals of this rose are actually a stellar nursery whose symmetrical shape is sculpted by winds and radiation from its central cluster of hot young stars. The stars in the energetic group are only a few million years old, and the central cavity in the nebula is about 50 light-years in diameter. Credit: Adam Block and Tim Puckett.

  • Muir Murdoch

    The Final Frontier!

  • Mona Evans

    Rosette Nebula (NGC 2237). (Image: Adam Block & Tim Puckett) The red color is hydrogen gas energized by a hot star - it's an emission nebula. The “stem” is formed by a trail of the same glowing hydrogen gas. The nebula is 5000 light years away in the constellation Monoceros. ©Mona Evans, “Mother's Day – an Astronomy Bouquet” http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art39554.asp

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The Rosette Nebula is not the only cosmic cloud to evoke the imagery of flowers, but it is the most famous. At the edge of a large molecular cloud in Monoceros, the petals of this rose are actually a stellar nursery whose lovely, symmetric shape is sculpted by the winds and radiation from its central cluster of hot young stars. The stars in the energetic cluster are only a few million years old, while the central cavity in the Rosette Nebula, is about 50 light-years in diameter.

Rosette Nebula Ngc 2244 in the constellation Monoceros by Brian Lula's Heaven's Glory Observatories, 2/14/2011

The Skull like Rosette Nebula - NGC 2237

Rosette Nebula (also known as Caldwell 49) is a large, circular H II region located near one end of a giant molecular cloud in the Monoceros region of the Milky Way Galaxy.

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IC 1396 is an enormous nebula, stretching over hundreds of light years in the constellation Cepheus. It glows red because hot young stars energize the hydrogen gas. (Photo: Nick Wright)