TOBY JUG NEBULA IC2220

Butterfly nebula
The star is in the last stages of its life. Therefore, has 5 times the mass of our Sun. Toby South has one interesting feature, so it is very interesting for astronomers. Ordinary reflecting object are blue in color as they reflect the light of blue young stars that have formed nearby. However, since the HD 65750 is a red giant — IC 2220 belongs to rare red-orange nebulae. Object visibility is a product of dust that reflects the light of a star, and a mixture of elements with silica is the most likely reason for the reflection of the IC 2220 nebula. Chemical elements are large parts of the object, which is why this object is one of the most beautiful objects in the sky. For me, this is one of the most beautiful nebulae we see. Above all, you should see this nebula.
Blue young star
The star is in the last stages of its life, and has 5 times the mass of our Sun. Toby South has one interesting feature, so it is very interesting for astronomers. Ordinary reflecting object are blue in color as they reflect the light of blue young stars that have formed nearby. However, since the HD 65750 is a red giant — IC 2220 belongs to rare red-orange nebulae. Nebula visibility is a product of dust that reflects the light of a star, and a mixture of elements with silica is the most likely reason for the reflection of the IC 2220 object. Chemical elements are large parts of the object, which is why this object is one of the most beautiful objects in the sky. For me, this is

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