Gaseous sperm from hydrogen, sulfur and hydrocarbons comprise a collection of stars in their childhood, in this composite image Orion NebulaSeen through space telescope Hubble, NASA / ESA, e Spitzer, From NASA. Together, the two telescopes expose the carbon-rich molecules to its cosmic cloud Star factory.
The Orion Nebula is located 1,500 light years away from Earth.
Ultraviolet and visible light captured by Hubble reveals hydrogen and sulfur ionized by intense ultraviolet radiation from hot and massive stars, collectively known as “trapeze”. Meanwhile, Spitzer’s infrared vision exposes carbon-rich molecules in the cloud.
Together, the telescopes illuminate the stars on Orion, in the form of a rainbow of scattered dots in the image.
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