Reminiscent of draped, delicate strands of electricity, the Veil Nebula is the tattered remains of a supernova caused by the death of a massive star, about 20 times the mass of the Sun. Captured using a scientific palette (Ha, OIII, SII), which represents the chemical activity, the violent shockwaves and stellar debris sculpted this incredible astronomical beauty comprised of ionized gases, creating the threads and filaments.
We have paired this mysterious wonder with two accent pieces, the Trifid and Lagoon Nebulae. The three images may be grouped to in a number of ways. One of our favorites is below:
Please refer to the Lagoon and Veil Images in the Gallery for additional information. The Trifid Nebula is a nearby neighbor of the Lagoon Nebula in the Constellation Sagittarius, the Hunter. It was captured using a scientific palette (Ha, OIII, SII) and required about 145 minutes of exposure time.
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