RFBHRWG3–IC 2118, also known as Witch Head Nebula), is a reflection nebula near the Orion constellation.
RMDX6RHW–The Witch Head nebula, named after its resemblance to the profile of a wicked witch.
RF2HCE7K2–Orion constellation featuring the Orion Nebula, Witch Head Nebula and Horse Head Nebula
RFDRG7PM–This infrared picture shows the Witch Head nebula. Taken by NASA's Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE.
RFBA2A5B–Supergiant Rigel and IC 2118 in Eridanus. IC 2118 (Cederblad 41, The Witch head Nebula)
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RF2BET2K7–Witch Head Nebula, IC 2118.
RMKRGC4N–Witch head nebula
RF2G27Y9P–Witch Head Nebula, IC 2118.
RF2D5BGFD–Witch Head Nebula IC2118
RFR0K8K9–Witch Head Nebula.
RMW0MD94–The Witch Head Nebula, seen in this photo released by NASA on October 31, 2008, is a reflection nebula associated with the star Rigel. Formally known as IC 2118 in the constellation Orion, the Witch Head Nebula glows primarily by light reflected from the star. The color of this very blue nebula is caused not only by blue color of its star, but also because the dust grains reflect blue light more efficiently than red. A similar physical process causes Earth's daytime sky to appear blue. (UPI Photo/NASA/STScI Digitized Sky Survey/Noel Carboni)
RM2EYK6E9–A witch appears to be screaming out into space in this new image from NASA's Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer, or WISE. The infrared portrait shows the Witch Head nebula, named after its resemblance to the profile of a wicked witch. Astronomers say the billowy clouds of the nebula, where baby stars are brewing, are being lit up by massive stars. Dust in the cloud is being hit with starlight, causing it to glow with infrared light, which was picked up by WISE's detectors. The Witch Head nebula is estimated to be hundreds of light-years away in the Orion constellation, just off the famous hun
RMDMY4MR–Witch Head Nebula, Wide-Field Infrared Survey Explorer
RF2HDHY8X–Witch Head Nebula in the constellation Orion during a cold winter night in the UK
RM2AADG4G–The Witch Head Nebula, IC 2118. If you reverse the image 180 degrees, you can readily see the profile of the witch, not so recognizable upside down. This is the correct orientation as seen from Eastern Colorado, USA. This image has been rotated 180 degrees which is how astrophotographers would portray it. December 29, 2016
RF2HD377R–The Witch Head Nebula ( IC 2118 ) is an extremely faint reflection nebula illuminated by nearby supergiant star Rigel in the constellation of Orion.
RF2HXD7WK–Witch head nebula IC 2118 reflection nebulae and Rigel on the night sky
RF2HHF2RC–Orion, Running Man, Flame, Horsehead, Witch head nebulas, Barnard loop, Betelgeuse and Rigel
RMHRJDT6–IC 2118, Witch Head Nebula
RFB774YH–An artist's Halloween illustration of Cassini and Saturn, as the new Equinox mission at Saturn begins.
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RMKRJ7BA–Eight hundred light-years away in the Orion constellation, a gigantic murky cloud called the 'Witch Head Nebula' is teeming with dust-obscured newborn stars waiting to be uncovered. In this image, the super sensitive infrared eyes of NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope reveals 12 new baby stars in a small portion of the cloud commonly referred to as the Witch Head's 'pointy chin.' The image is a four-color composite where blue represents 3.6 microns, green depicts 4.5 microns, yellow is 5.8 microns, and red is 8.0 microns. Baby Stars Brewing in the Witch Head Nebula
RFPY52YF–The spectacular star-forming Carina Nebula has been captured in great detail by the VLT Survey Telescope at ESO’s Paranal Observatory. This picture wa
RF2D5BJKN–Witch Head Nebula IC2118
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RF2A3TTX2–Witch Head Nebula IC 2118
RFPY52YN–The star cluster Pismis 24 lies in the core of the large emission nebula NGC 6357.jpg - PY52YN
RMKRJ7BG–Eight hundred light-years away in the Orion constellation, a gigantic murky cloud called the 'Witch Head' nebula is brewing baby stars. The stellar infants are revealed as pink dots in this image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. Wisps of green in the cloud are carbon-rich molecules called polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, which are found on barbecue grills and in automobile exhaust on Earth. This image was obtained as part of the Spitzer Space Telescope Research Program for Teachers and Students, involving high school teachers and their students from across the United States. The infrar
RMKRNGYW–NASA Witch Head Nebula Digitized Sky Survey
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