Van den Bergh 152 - Stock image

Cloudscape, Constellation, Night, Sky, Space

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Stock photo ID:124982379
Upload date:September 13, 2011

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Described as a 'dusty curtain' or 'ghostly apparition', mysterious reflection nebula vdB 152 really is very faint. It lies about 1400 light-years away, along the northern Milky Way in the constellation Cepheus. At the end of a large molecular cloud, pockets of cosmic dust in the region block light from background stars or scatter light from the embedded bright star giving parts of the nebula a characteristic blue color. Though stars do form in molecular clouds, this star seems to have only accidentally wandered into the area.
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