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In the most basic terms a nebula is a giant cloud of “interstellar gas, dust and plasma.” These are then broken down into different types according to size, composition, luminosity, etc. Found through the night skies, some nebula are actually visible to the naked. Some of the notable nebulas we see throughout the year are M42-the Orion Nebula, M57-the Ring Nebula and M8-the Lagoon Nebula, among others.

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