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See the 'space butterfly' astronomers captured from thousands of light years away
by Scottie Andrew, CNN
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2 August 2020
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Thousands of light years away, there's a 'space butterfly' colored with brilliant blues and clouds of purple and red. It's an image we've never seen in this much detail before. So named for its resemblance to the winged insect, the 'butterfly' is actually a planetary nebula -- a giant cloud of gas that forms around an ancient star that hasn't yet exploded. The European Space Observatory's (ESO) aptly named Very Large Telescope, stationed in host country Chile, recently captured a vibrant image of the interstellar object.
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