This Week In Astronomy

Challenge Object
In the constellation Monoceros lies the 9th magnitude Hubble’s Variable Nebula (NGC 2261), named after the astronomer Edwin Hubble (yes, the same as the Hubble Telescope). As the name implies, it does vary in size and brightness since its glow is “powered” by a variable star buried within its nebulosity.

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