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Massive Infant Stars Carve Holes Space Wallpaper

Massive Infant Stars Carve Holes
Intense radiation from newly born, ultra-bright stars in nebula N83B, also known as NGC 1748, carve out a large cavity in the gas surrounding them.
(Image: © NASA, ESA, Mohammad Heydari-Malayeri (Observatoire de Paris, France))

Intense radiation from newly born, ultra-bright stars in nebula N83B, also known as NGC 1748, carve out a large cavity in the gas surrounding them in this stunning space wallpaper. The "bubble" of vanished gas is 25 light years in diameter.

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