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Orion nebula Featured Print

Orion nebula

Orion nebula. Coloured composite infrared and visible light image of the Orion nebula M42. This emission nebula, a cloud of gas and dust in which starbirth takes place, is found in the constellation Orion, some 1500 light years from Earth. Glowing clouds of ionised hydrogen and sulphur gases are green, and cool clouds of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are orange and red. The gases are ionised by radiation from the four young Trapezium stars at the core (centre left). The small orange dots are embryonic stars, growing as they accumulate dust and gas. M42's neighbour, the M43 nebula, can also be seen (pale blue, top left). Infrared data from the Spitzer Space Telescope, visible light data from the Hubble Space Telescope

© NASA/JPL-CALTECH/STSCI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Antares/Rho Ophiuchi region Featured Print

Antares/Rho Ophiuchi region

Antares/Rho Ophiuchi region, optical image. This colourful region lies in the constellations Scorpius and Ophiuchus. The blue area at upper right is the triplet star Rho Ophiuchi, embedded in the reflection nebula IC 4604. This nebula does not emit light of its own, but reflects light from the star and appears blue due to blue light being scattered more than red light. The large orb at lower left is the supergiant star Antares (Alpha Scorpii), next to the yellow emission nebula IC 4606. This nebula emits light due to its gas and dust clouds being ionised by radiation from the stars. At right is the star Sigma Scorpii with its pink emission nebula Ced 130, and at lower right is the dense globular star cluster M4 (NGC 6121)

© ADAM BLOCK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Antennae colliding galaxies Featured Print

Antennae colliding galaxies

Antennae colliding galaxies, combined optical image. The Antennae (NGC 4038 and NGC 4039) are formed of two galaxies colliding due to mutual gravitational attraction. The nuclei (yellow) of the galaxies are at lower left and upper right. Numerous dark lanes of dust are seen silhouetted against the bright parts of the galaxies. The interaction has caused a huge swathe of starbirth, as seen by the abundance of young blue stars and the vast pink emission nebulae, in which stars are born. The Antennae lie some 62 million light years from Earth in the constellation Corvus. Image compiled from data from the Subaru Telescope and Hubble Space Telescope

© ROBERT GENDLER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY