Spectacular new infrared image of stellar birth

Discussion in 'Images' started by Porfiry, Oct 31, 2000.

  1. Porfiry Nomad Registered Senior Member

    <!--intro--><b>From the New Technology Telescope in Chile:</b> A remarkable, wide-field infrared image allows to see in unprecedented detail the inner regions of RCW 108, a large complex of stars and nebulae in the southern Milky Way. It is one of the widest, "deepest" and most spectacular infrared astronomical images ever obtained of a starforming region. Read more for previews and links.<!--/intro-->

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    Full size images (warning: ~ 7 MB each):
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