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Saturn captured in ultraviolet light
These three towers are only a small portion of the massive Eagle Nebula.
Known as the “Pillars of Creation,” the beautiful tendrils of cosmic dust and gas are giving birth to new stars, buried within their spires. This iconic image only shows a stretch of about four or five light-years … while the whole nebula itself spans about 70 by 55 light-years.
Learn more about Hubble’s celebration of Nebula November and see new nebula images, here.
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Image credits: NASA, ESA and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)