Image Credit: Adam Block/Mount Lemmon SkyCenter/University of Arizona

Here, we take a look at a small sliver of the environment surrounding the famous Jellyfish Nebula (otherwise known as IC 443), which lurks around 5,000 light-years from Earth in the Gemini constellation. This section, often referred to as IC 444, is a small reflection nebula (The Jellyfish Nebula can't directly be seen in this image — it's located to the east).

Not too much information is available online, but Adam Block — a notable astrophotographer from the Mount Lemmon SkyCenter, who took this image — notes:

See a larger image here.


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