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Exploring Universe: This piece of our glorious planet is named "Velvet Beauty" found in 1890 in Bisbee Arizona -- azurite, malachite and copper

That's a LOT of red. The Heart Nebula, IC lies some 7500 light years away from Earth and is located in the Perseus Arm of the Galaxy in the constellation Cassiopeia. This is an emission nebula showing glowing gas and darker dust lanes.

~~The Brown Ghoul: vdB 141 | vdB 141 is a reflection nebula located in the constellation Cepheus.Sometimes referred to as the ghost nebula, its awkward name is its catalog number in Sidney van den Bergh’s catalog of reflection nebulae, published in 1966.Several stars are embedded in the nebula. Their light gives it a ghoulish brown color~~

kenobi-wan-obi: “ The Brown Ghoul: vdB 141 “ vdB 141 is a reflection nebula located in the constellation Cepheus. Sometimes referred to as the ghost nebula, its awkward name is its catalog number in Sidney van den Bergh’s catalog of reflection.

Celestial walkway.

Pismis located at the core of small open star cluster Pismis can be seen in this image provided by NASA and ESA. The star cluster Pismis 24 lies in the core of the large emission nebula NGC 6357 that extends on the arm of the Sagittarius constellation.

STELLAR INDULGENCE: | http://exploringuniversecollections.blogspot.com

Cosmos is a Greek word for the order of the universe. It implies the deep interconnectedness of all things. It conveys awe for the intricate and subtle way in which the universe is put together.

Soap Bubble Nebula! This is one huge bubble... as large as our Solar System

Pop goes the supernova! Actually, that's planetary nebula PN or better known as the Soap Bubble Nebula, which was discovered by amateur astronomer Dave Jurasevich back in Just look at it and wonder what other marvels does the Universe have in stock?

It looks like Elsa's ice castle. And now you're singing Let It Go. I am not sorry.

A nebula from Latin: "cloud"is an interstellar cloud of dust, hydrogen, helium and other ionized gases. Originally, nebula was a name for any diffuse astronomical object, including galaxies beyond the Milky Way.