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Nebulosity Collection

Nebulosity, a captivating phenomenon that unveils the celestial wonders of our universe

Background imageNebulosity Collection: The Orion Nebula

The Orion Nebula (also known as Messier 42, M42, or NGC 1976) is a diffuse nebula situated south of Orions Belt. It is one of the brightest nebulae, visible to the naked eye in the night sky

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Pleiades star cluster

Pleiades star cluster
Pleiades. Optical image of the Pleiades star cluster (M45) in the constellation Taurus, the bull. North is at top. This is a cluster of young stars thought to be around 50 million years old

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Ring Nebula M57, Hubble image C017 / 3725

Ring Nebula M57, Hubble image C017 / 3725
Ring Nebula (M22, NGC 6720). Combined images from the Subaru Telescope and Hubble Space telescope of the Ring Nebula M57. The Ring nebula is a planetary nebula lying around 2300 light years

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Merope star and nebulosity

Merope star and nebulosity
Merope star and associated nebulosity. Merope (23 Tauri) is one of the stars in the Pleiades open star cluster (M45). Unusually for a nebula, the gas and dust is not associated with the young stars

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Large Magellanic cloud

Large Magellanic cloud
Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC), infrared image. The LMC is a dwarf galaxy, and a satellite of our own Milky Way galaxy. It contains regions of emission nebula (green, yellow and red)

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Pleiades star cluster

Pleiades star cluster
Pleiades. Optical image of part of the Pleiades star cluster (M45) in the constellation Taurus, the bull. North is at top. This is a cluster of young stars thought to be around 50 million years old

Background imageNebulosity Collection: The Fox Fur Nebula

The Fox Fur Nebula, located towards the constellation of Monoceros, is an immense cloud of interstellar gas and cosmic dust interacting with the radiation and winds released by the surrounding hot

Background imageNebulosity Collection: The Pinwheel Cluster and Starfish Cluster in the constellation Auriga

The Pinwheel Cluster and Starfish Cluster in the constellation Auriga
The Pinwheel Cluster (left), and the Starfish Cluster (right), in the constellation Auriga. The area is surrounded by a nebulosity including NGC 1931 (bottom center), IC 417 (right center)

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Vela supernova remnant in the center of the Gum Nebula area of Vela

Vela supernova remnant in the center of the Gum Nebula area of Vela
The Vela supernova remnant in the centre of the Gum Nebula area of Vela. This is the remains of a star that exploded thousands of years ago

Background imageNebulosity Collection: The Carina Nebula, also known as NGC 3372

The Carina Nebula, also known as NGC 3372
NGC 3372, known as the Great Carina Nebula, is home to massive stars and flowing nebulae of gas and dust dominated by the super-bright massive star named Eta Carinae

Background imageNebulosity Collection: NGC 3324, also known as the Gabriela Mistral Nebula located in the constellation

NGC 3324, also known as the Gabriela Mistral Nebula located in the constellation Eta Carinae

Background imageNebulosity Collection: IC 2177, the Seagull Nebula

IC 2177, the Seagull Nebula. IC 2177 is a bright H II region located on the border of Monoceros and Canis Major

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Center of the Milky Way through Sagittarius and Scorpius

Center of the Milky Way through Sagittarius and Scorpius
The Milky Way in Sagittarius (bottom) and Scorpius (left and top) including the Galactic Centre area at centre frame. Along the Milky Way are numerous deep sky objects

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Horsehead nebula

Horsehead nebula, optical image. The horsehead shape is caused by dark nebula Barnard 33 (B 33). This cloud of dust and gas obscures the light from the emission nebula IC 434 that lies behind

Background imageNebulosity Collection: NGC 6559 is a rich colorful tapestry of diverse nebulosity in the constellation Sagittarius

NGC 6559 is a rich colorful tapestry of diverse nebulosity in the constellation Sagittarius. The glowing red cloud known as NGC 6559 has formed from the same molecular cloud that gave rise to its

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Pleiades star cluster (M45)

Pleiades star cluster (M45), Hubble Space Telescope image

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Cave nebulae

Cave nebulae (Sh2-155), an emission nebula complex in the constellation Cepheus. North is at top. Emission nebulae (HII regions)

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Lagoon nebula

Lagoon nebula (M8). This is a huge cloud of gas and dust that glows as the hydrogen gas it contains is ionised by radiation from hot young stars within it

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Nebulosity near the star Capella. Creator: NASA

Nebulosity near the star Capella. Creator: NASA
Nebulosity near the star Capella. Capella, (Alpha Aurigae), is the brightest star in the constellation of Auriga

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Nebulosity and star cluster in Serpens. Creator: NASA

Nebulosity and star cluster in Serpens. Creator: NASA
Nebulosity and star cluster in Serpens. Serpens (from the Latin for serpent) is a constellation of the northern hemisphere

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Widefield view of Orion Nebula and Horsehead Nebula

Widefield view of Orion Nebula and Horsehead Nebula
Widefield view of Orion Nebula (Messier 42), and Horsehead Nebula

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Mosaic of the southern Milky Way from Vela to Centaurus

Mosaic of the southern Milky Way from Vela to Centaurus
Mosaic of the southern Milky Way from Vela (right) to Centaurus (left) taking in Carina and Crux (center)

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Panorama view of the center of the Milky Way

Panorama view of the center of the Milky Way
A panorama of the center of the Galaxy portion of the southern hemisphere Milky Way, from Crux at right to Aquila at left

Background imageNebulosity Collection: NGC 1499, the California Nebula

NGC 1499, the California Nebula

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Reflection nebula (NGC 2170) C017 / 3737

Reflection nebula (NGC 2170) C017 / 3737
Reflection nebula (NGC 2170), optical image. This nebula lies around 2, 400 light years from Earth in the constellation Monoceros

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Eagle Nebula (NGC 6611), optical image C017 / 3719

Eagle Nebula (NGC 6611), optical image C017 / 3719
Eagle Nebula (NGC 6611), optical image. The Eagle Nebula is an emission nebula, a huge cloud of gas and dust that glows as the hydrogen it contains is ionised by radiation from the hot young stars

Background imageNebulosity Collection: The Pelican Nebula, an H II region in the constellation Cygnus

The Pelican Nebula, an H II region in the constellation Cygnus

Background imageNebulosity Collection: A distant alien star system

A distant alien star system

Background imageNebulosity Collection: The Sadr region with the Crescent Nebula

The Sadr region with the Crescent Nebula
IC 1318, Gamma Cyg region with Crescent Nebula

Background imageNebulosity Collection: The Orion constellation

The Orion constellation

Background imageNebulosity Collection: The area around the head of Scorpius

The area around the head of Scorpius, including the bright star Antares at lower left of centre and the dark lanes leading to the star Rho Ophiuchi

Background imageNebulosity Collection: A dark nebula in Cepheus

A dark nebula in Cepheus

Background imageNebulosity Collection: The Orion Nebula, Belt of Orion, Sword of Orion and nebulosity

The Orion Nebula, Belt of Orion, Sword of Orion and nebulosity
The Orion Nebula, Belt of Orion, Sword of Orion, Barnards Loop (left), small reflection nebula Messier 78 (above center), Horshead Nebula (center), and NGC 2024 (above Horsehead Nebula)

Background imageNebulosity Collection: A dark nebula against the Milky Way

A dark nebula against the Milky Way

Background imageNebulosity Collection: NGC 1973, The Running Man Nebula

NGC 1973, The Running Man Nebula. This image captured with a telescope and a scientific CCD camera

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Orion and Canis Major showing dog stars Sirius and Procyon

Orion and Canis Major showing dog stars Sirius and Procyon
Orion and Canis Major, taking in Canis Minor as well, including the dog stars Sirius (lower) and Procyon (upper left). Around Orion you can see Barnards Loop

Background imageNebulosity Collection: NGC 2264, the Christmas Tree Cluster and nebula

NGC 2264, the Christmas Tree Cluster and nebula. This image captured with a telescope and a scientific CCD camera

Background imageNebulosity Collection: The Propeller Nebula

The Propeller Nebula, also known as DWB 111 or Simeis 57, lies in the constellation Cygnus, near a Wolf-Rayet star (WR-140)

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Witch Head Nebula

Witch Head Nebula
IC 2118, also known as Witch Head Nebula, is a reflection nebula near the Orion constellation

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Messier 4 and NGC 6144 globular clusters with Antares, a red supergiant star

Messier 4 and NGC 6144 globular clusters with Antares, a red supergiant star
Messier 4 and NGC 6144 globular clusters in the constellation Scorpius, with the red supergiant star Antares

Background imageNebulosity Collection: The Orion Nebula Region

The Orion Nebula Region
The Orion Nebula, M42 and M43, with surrounding associated nebulae and star clusters, such as the Running Man Nebula above (NGC 1975) and blue star cluster above it, NGC 1981

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Orion and the Winter Triangle stars

Orion and the Winter Triangle stars; Sirius, Procyon and Betelgeuse. M50, M46, M47 and M41 open clusters are all visible at left

Background imageNebulosity Collection: The Rosette Nebula

The Rosette Nebula

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Antares / Rho Ophiuchi region

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

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Scorpius with parts of Lupus and Ara regions of the southern Milky Way

Scorpius with parts of Lupus and Ara regions of the southern Milky Way
All of Scorpius, plus parts of Lupus and Ara regions of the southern Milky Way. Along the Milky Way are numerous nebulae, including the False Comet area, the Cats Paw area

Background imageNebulosity Collection: The Cave Nebula

The Cave Nebula

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Dusty Nebulae in Cepheus constellation

Dusty Nebulae in Cepheus constellation
This field contains the dusty nebula vdb 150 in the Cepheus constellation

Background imageNebulosity Collection: Widefield view of nebulae in Sagittarius

Widefield view of nebulae in Sagittarius



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Nebulosity, a captivating phenomenon that unveils the celestial wonders of our universe. From the mesmerizing Orion Nebula to the enchanting Ring Nebula M57, these cosmic spectacles leave us in awe. The Hubble image C017/3725 reveals intricate details within nebulosity, showcasing its ethereal beauty. In the vastness of space, we encounter the Pleiades star cluster adorned with delicate nebulosity surrounding it. Merope star and its nebulous companion create a breathtaking sight that ignites our imagination. The Large Magellanic Cloud presents an astonishing display of nebulosity, painting the night sky with vibrant hues and mysterious shapes. Within this celestial canvas lies NGC 3324 or Gabriela Mistral Nebula, a stellar masterpiece nestled in its constellation. IC 2177, known as the Seagull Nebula, soars through space with grace and elegance. Its billowing clouds resemble wings unfurling against a backdrop of stars. Auriga welcomes us to witness The Pinwheel Cluster and Starfish Cluster amidst their shimmering surroundings of nebulosity. These clusters shine like celestial jewels embedded in an ever-expanding tapestry of cosmic mist. At the heart of Vela lies the Vela supernova remnant within the Gum Nebula area—a testament to nature's explosive power and enduring beauty. It reminds us that even destruction can give birth to new beginnings. The Fox Fur Nebula captivates observers with its wispy tendrils resembling fur cascading across interstellar space—an enigmatic spectacle waiting to be unraveled by curious minds. Lastly, we delve into Carina Nebula or NGC 3372—an astronomical marvel bursting forth with radiant colors and intricate structures. This nebulous wonderland beckons stargazers on an unforgettable journey through time and space.