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  • J Reese

    N11 in the Large Magellanic Cloud National Optical Astronomy Observatory/Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy/National Science Foundation

  • DV Honeyman

    One of the largest nebulas yet detected is actually a complex ring of emission nebulas connected by glowing filaments. The unusual network, known as N11, spans over 1000 light years and is a prominent structure of the Large Magellanic Cloud, the largest satellite galaxy of our Milky Way Galaxy. In the center of the above image is open star cluster LH9, also known as NGC 1760, composed of about 50 bright blue stars that emit radiation that has eroded a hole in their surroundings.

  • Glenn Sermos

    anomalies in outer space - Yahoo Image Search Results

  • Craig Allchurch

    a final frontier

  • Minh Orzolek

    #cat meow nyan #space

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