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Image from: skycenter.arizona.edu taken by NASA

Image from: skycenter.arizona.edu
taken by NASA

 

A Nebula

With a very hot star

That was possibly catapulted from its original home…

IC 405 Flaming Star Nebula is located in the constellation Auriga, surrounding the blue star AE Aurigae. It is hypothesized that the star was ejected from the Trapezium cluster of stars in the Orion Nebula after a collision about 2 million years ago!
Research By Steve Menaker in 2007.
Current information by Steve Mazlin.
Sources from fourthdimensionastroimaging.com
Nasa.gov
Skycenter.arizona.edu