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Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
Helix nebula (god's eye)
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Helix nebula (god's eye)

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  • 1. By Troy Korb
  • 2.  Also called God’s Eye, or NGC 7293 It is the closest nebula to Earth  It is only about 213 Parsecs (690 Light years) away  It is debated on how far away it actually is, somewhere between 450 to 650 to 690 light years It lies with in the Aquarius Constellation
  • 3.  It is a Planetary Nebula  Means it could create planets It is about 287 Arcminutes (5.6 Light Years, or 1.7 Parsecs) across
  • 4.  It is thought to have a complex structure  Almost as if It had two disks nearly perpendicular to each other  Can not be all that sure because the Hubble only takes 2-D pictures Its color comes mostly from hydrogen (red outer disk) and oxygen (blue outside of inside disk)
  • 5.  It seems to have tentacles pointing to the white dwarf star (in the blue and red parts)  It is thought to be created by hot stellar wind plowing into colder shells of dust and gas The tentacles are almost comet like They have been observed from Earth for a long time, but never up close
  • 6.  http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/rel eases/2004/32/fastfacts/ http://hubblesite.org/gallery/album/pr20040 32d/ http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/rel eases/2004/32/fastfacts

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