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  • Rob Rogers

    Pelican Nebula Ionization Front

  • JTEnterprise

    The Pelican nebula (also known as IC 5070), which spans an incredible 1,800 light-years in diameter in the constellation of Cygnus. Most famous for its Ionization Front, or area around the “neck” where cold gas is being turned into hot gas by forming stars in the region. The interest in this nebula comes from the ability to do mosaic compilations, and the ability to take long exposures in rather homogeneous sky conditions. www.noao.edu/...

  • Brianna Sullivan

    This image of the clouds of gas and dust next to the “neck” and “body” of the Pelican Nebula was taken by the National Science Foundation’s Mayall 4-meter telescope at Kitt Peak National Observatory near Tucson, AZ. (The blue part looks like a face).

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