Hubble Space Telescope
Eagle Nebula Pillar (M-16)
7000 light years away in the constellation Serpens, north of Scorpio. This is another of the Eagle's "pillars of creation" but with much finer detail, from the dusty base to the blast of ultraviolet light at the top. Brilliant new blue stars shine like Christmas tree lights, while unseen stars illuminate from within and silhouette the column from behind. Read more from hubblesite.org.
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(Travis Rector, NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage team-STSCi-AURA)
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