Rosette Nebula Shines Bright
Photograph by Jeffrey Sines, Your Shot
The Rosette Nebula hangs in the sky like a holiday wreath in this Christmas Eve photo submitted to National Geographic’s Your Shot.
Located some 5,000 light-years away in the constellation Monoceros, the nebula takes its name from its rosebud-shaped folds, as seen in this image taken from Berkley, Michigan.
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Rosette Nebula Shines Bright

Photograph by Jeffrey Sines, Your Shot

The Rosette Nebula hangs in the sky like a holiday wreath in this Christmas Eve photo submitted to National Geographic’s Your Shot.

Located some 5,000 light-years away in the constellation Monoceros, the nebula takes its name from its rosebud-shaped folds, as seen in this image taken from Berkley, Michigan.

(Source: National Geographic)