The #LagoonNebula between stars, dust and gas | The huge and majestic Lagoon Nebula is home for many young stars and hot gas. It has 100 light years across, lies about 5000 light years away and is so big and bright that can be seen without a telescope in the constellation Sagittarius.
"NGC 3603 also contains some of the most massive stars known. These huge stars live fast and die young, burning through their hydrogen fuel quickly and ultimately ending their lives in supernova explosions."
Pacman Nebula - region in the constellation of Cassiopeia and part of the Perseus Spiral Arm. It includes the open cluster IC 1590, the multiple star HD 5005, and several Bok globules. Colloquially, NGC 281
spaceplasma: “ “ NGC 7318 (also known as UGC 12099/UGC 12100 or HCG 92d/b) are a pair of collidinggalaxies about 300 million light-years away in the Constellation Pegasus. They are members of the famous Stephan’s Quintet. NGC 7318B has two optical...