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This tantalizing array of nebulae and stars can be found about 2 degrees south of the famous star-forming Orion Nebula. The region abounds with energetic young stars producing jets and outflows that push through the surrounding material at speeds of hundreds of kilometers per second. The interaction creates luminous shock waves known as Herbig-Haro (HH) objects.
Located 5,400 light-years away in the constellation Sagittarius, the Trifid Nebula appears as a big maze of gas and dust. Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech.
Barnard's Loop is an emission nebula in the constellation of Orion. It is part of a Orion Molecular Cloud Complex which also contains the bright Horsehead and Orion nebulae. The stars within the Orion Nebula are believed to be responsible for ionizing the loop. The loop extends over about 600 arcminutes as seen from Earth, covering much of Orion. It is well seen in long-exposure photographs, although observers under very dark skies may be able to see it with the naked eye.
Comet Lemmon Photobombs Stargazer's Stunning Space Snapshot. Comet Lemmon, M52, Bubble Nebula, Lobster Claw Nebula by Hancock
Dark Nebula LDN 810 image obtained on the Mayall 4-meter telescope at Kitt Peak National Observatory. LDN 810 is a dark nebula,first cataloged by B.T. Lynds, 1962. The dark region at center contains gas and dust out of which new stars are forming. A faint trail of dust and gas extends from the center of the image to the upper-left corner. The image was generated with observations in the Us (violet), B (blue), V (green) and I (red) filters. North is up, East is left.