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Image of the Crab Nebula as seen by the 3.5-meter WIYN telescope at Kitt Peak
Jay Gallagher (U. Wisconsin) / WIYN / NOAO / NSF
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Crab Nebula

This outstanding image of the Crab Nebula was obtained by the 3.5-meter WIYN telescope at Kitt Peak. The Crab nebula is known as a supernova remnant, gas and dust left behind after the cataclysmic explosion of a star.

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