February 19, 2016

The Jellyfish Nebula

Jellyfish Nebula

Lying in the constellation of Gemini, IC 443 is a galactic supernova remnant, a star that could have exploded as many as 30,000 years ago. Its globular appearance has earned the celestial structure the moniker the Jellyfish Nebula

Image Credit & Copyright: Patrick Gilliland
Explanation by: Royal Observatory Greenwich

1 comment:

  1. Remnant is highly doubtful Uranus rays penetrate and infect nebula slow suffocation with painful extinction is imminent unless additional fuel is provided to sustain constellation