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18 September 2013

De vakre gasskyene på dette nye bildet er en gigantisk stjernefødestue som har fått kallenavnet Reketåken. Bildet kommer fra kartleggingsteleskopet VST ved ESOs Paranal-observatorium i Chile og er trolig det skarpeste som noensinne er tatt av dette objektet. Blant stjernetåkens lysende gasskyer sees en rekke klynger med varme og nyfødte stjerner.

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18 September 2013




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