Wednesday, 8 January 2014

Monogram Tadpole Nebula, Auriga Constellation Desk Lamp

A gorgeous outer space lamp design. Fill your room with these amazing colours! Click to fill in and see it with your monogram initials.

tagged with: monogram initials, star galaxies, outer space picture, deep space astronomy, interstellar gas clouds, new born stars, tnitac, tadpole nebula, auriga constellation, star forming activity, star nursery, dust cloud astronomy, hot young stars

Galaxies, Stars and Nebulae series An awesome outer space picture featuring the Tadpole Nebula, a star forming hub located about 12000 light years away in the Auriga constellation.
This nebula is brimming with new-born stars, many as young as only a million years of age. It's called the Tadpole nebula because the masses of hot, young stars are blasting out ultraviolet radiation that has etched the gas into two tadpole-shaped pillars, called Sim 129 and130, the yellow forms that seem to be swimming away from the three red stars close to the centre of the picture.
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image code: tnitac

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/UCLA

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