The Heart Nebula - New Image from The Cosmic Companion
Here's a new look at the Heart Nebula, from The Cosmic Companion!
Here’s a new look at The Heart Nebula, 7,500 light years from Earth. Recorded in hydrogen, sulfur, and oxygen wavelengths on the night of 19 July, using the SPA-3 Telescope in Spain from Telescope Live.
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