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Tho It's Midnight by Ron & Shelly Hamilton with The Majesty Chorale & Ochestra

Located about 6,000 light-years from Earth, the Heart and Soul nebulae form a vast star-forming complex that makes up part of the Perseus spiral arm of our Milky Way galaxy. - Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA

Located about 6,000 light-years from Earth, the Heart and Soul nebulae form a vast star-forming complex that makes up part of the Perseus spiral arm of our Milky Way galaxy. - Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA

The Soul Nebula (IC1848) ... aka as the Embryo Nebula, and in combination with the nearby IC1805 (Heart Nebula), the Heart and Soul Nebula.

The Soul Nebula (IC1848) ... aka as the Embryo Nebula, and in combination with the nearby IC1805 (Heart Nebula), the Heart and Soul Nebula.

The Heart and Soul Nebulas. Located in the Casseiopia Constellation

The Heart and Soul Nebulas. Located in the Casseiopia Constellation

IC 1848: The Divide of Heart and Soul | Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter

IC 1848: The Divide of Heart and Soul | Mt. Lemmon SkyCenter

The Heart and Soul Nebulae.  The Heart nebula (sometimes called the Running Dog nebula)(right) and the Soul nebula (left) are located in the Perseus Arm of the Galaxy, some 6000-6500 light years away.

The Heart and Soul Nebulae. The Heart nebula (sometimes called the Running Dog nebula)(right) and the Soul nebula (left) are located in the Perseus Arm of the Galaxy, some 6000-6500 light years away.

The Comet Jacques ( 70 million km away), and the Heart & Soul Nebulae (7.500 light years away) team up to drop some cosmic perspective. Image Credit: Michael Jaeger / Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) 1 light year: 9.4 trillion kilometers

The Comet Jacques ( 70 million km away), and the Heart & Soul Nebulae (7.500 light years away) team up to drop some cosmic perspective. Image Credit: Michael Jaeger / Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD) 1 light year: 9.4 trillion kilometers

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