Nebulae are immense clouds of gas and dust scattered throughout space, mainly composed of hydrogen, helium, and other elements. These cosmic structures come in various forms, including emission nebulae, reflection nebulae, dark nebulae, and planetary nebulae. They serve as the birthplaces of stars, as the gravitational collapse of gas and dust within a nebula can lead to the formation of new celestial objects.
Nebulae continue to captivate astronomers and space enthusiasts alike, offering glimpses into the intriguing processes that shape the cosmos.
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