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Emission Nebulae

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Emission nebulae are glowing clouds of interstellar gas which have been excited by some nearby energy source, usually a very hot star. The red light seen in many of these pictures is from glowing hydrogen.

[M20, Trifid]
M20, Trifid
[M20/M21]
M20/M21
[M42, Orion]
M42, Orion
[M42, Orion]
M42, Orion
[M42, Orion Nebula]
M42, Orion Nebula
[M43]
M43
[M52/Bubble]
M52/Bubble
[N11 in the LMC]
N11 in the LMC
[NGC 1491]
NGC 1491
[NGC 2359 (IC 468)]
NGC 2359 (IC 468)
[NGC6334]
NGC6334
[NGC 6820/3]
NGC 6820/3
[NGC 6992]
NGC 6992
[NGC 7000]
NGC 7000
[NGC 7000 East]
NGC 7000 East
[NGC 7000 South]
NGC 7000 South
[Pelican]
Pelican
[Pelican Nebula]
Pelican Nebula
[Pelican Nebula]
Pelican Nebula
[Pickering's Triangle]
Pickering's Triangle
[Rosette]
Rosette
[Rosette]
Rosette
[Rosette]
Rosette
[Rosette]
Rosette
[Sh2-114]
Sh2-114
[Sh2-140]
Sh2-140
[Sh2-155]
Sh2-155
[Sh2-282]
Sh2-282
[Sh 112]
Sh 112
[Tarantula Nebula]
Tarantula Nebula
[Thackeray's Globules]
Thackeray's Globules
[Thor&#8217;s Helmet]
Thor’s Helmet
[Veil]
Veil
[Veil E]
Veil E
[Veil Filaments]
Veil Filaments
[Veil Nebula]
Veil Nebula
[Veil W]
Veil W


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