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bebe7
2009-Nov-20, 12:53 AM
The Gemini South Multi-Object Spectrograph (GMOS) recently captured a dramatic image of a vast cloud complex named DEM L316, located in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a nearby galaxy. The peanut-shaped nebula appears to be a single object, but the latest research indicates that it is really comprised of two distinct gas and dust clouds formed by different types of supernova explosions.

http://www.nsf.gov/news/mmg/mmg_disp.cfm?med_id=65929

Enjoy team

Bebe:)

AlexInOklahoma
2009-Nov-20, 02:59 AM
Should've placed this with this thread -> http://www.bautforum.com/universe-today-story-comments/34897-side-side-supernova-remnants.html

Easily found by a quick search in upper-right corner of screen; took about 6 seconds ;) Deja vu keeps happening again and again (and again)

Helps keep things tidy, ya know?

Alex

bebe7
2009-Nov-20, 04:28 AM
Should've placed this with this thread -> http://www.bautforum.com/universe-today-story-comments/34897-side-side-supernova-remnants.html

Easily found by a quick search in upper-right corner of screen; took about 6 seconds ;) Deja vu keeps happening again and again (and again)

Helps keep things tidy, ya know?

Alex

If things were tidy, things would be a lot different Alex.

:)