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Do You See the ?Cosmic Bat? in NGC 1788

   01 Jan 00:00:00   |  Universe Today

2,000 light years away, in the Orion constellation, lurks an eerie looking creature, made of glowing gas lit up by young stars: the Cosmic Bat. Its real name is NGC 1788. It’s a reflection nebula, meaning the light of nearby stars is strong enough to light it up, but not strong enough to ionize the …
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