Image Credit: Greg Bradley AstroPhotos

This stunning image glimpses the Gum nebula, Gum 14 and Gum 15, more specifically, two nebulae found around 3,000 light-years from Earth in the Vela constellation. From a previous write up,

Also within the vicinity of the Gum nebulae is NGC 2626: a small reflection nebula that lurks along the border of the Vela and Puppis constellations. They, in turn, belong to the RCW 27 complex.

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