Show full image This image shows the M106 galaxy. It is located in the constellation Canes Venatici, just below the Big Dippers handle. It is of the Seyfert II type, which means that it resembles a quasar. It is believed that the inner parts of the galaxy are falling into a supermassive black hole located

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Rosette nebula

Show Full image This is my version of the wellknown Rosette nebula, or NGC 2237. It is located just east of Orion in constellation Monoceros at 5 000 lightyears distance and it is about 130 ly in diameter. The bright stars in and around the nebula excites the atoms in the nebula gas, and this

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