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NGC 3314 - a pair of overlapping spiral galaxies between 117-140 million light-years away in the constellation Hydra

NGC 3314 - a pair of overlapping spiral galaxie in the constellation Hydra. The foreground galaxy, NGC is about 117 mly away. The background galaxy, NGC is about 149 mly away. The two components of NGC 3314 are physically unrelated.

the Orion nebula as seen from the hubble telescope.

Orion nebula seen from the hubble telescope. the orion nebula is made from dust, hydrogen and other particles and is so large that some of it actually spills to the next neighbouring constallation

The Medusa Nebula Image Credit & Copyright: Ken Crawford (Rancho Del Sol Obs.) Explanation: Braided, serpentine filaments of glowing gas suggest this nebula's popular name, The Medusa Nebula. Also known as Abell 21, this Medusa is an old planetary nebula some 1,500 light-years away in the constellation Gemini.

Braided, serpentine filaments of glowing gas suggest this nebula's popular name, The Medusa Nebula. Also known as Abell this Medusa is an old planetary nebula some light-years away in the constellation Gemini. God is so AWESOME!