Located in the constellation, Cassiopeia, the Bubble Nebula was created by stellar winds from the massive, hot star, seen at the center of this image. The bubble shape is made visible because the energy for the star causes the matter in the surrounding molecular cloud to glow.
13.9 hours total exposure of hydrogen, oxygen, and sulfur emissions.
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