Eskimo Nebula in Gemini Constellation

The Eskimo Nebula, or NGC 2392, was discovered in the late 18th century by the German astronomer William Herschel. In astronomy, it is also popularly known as the Clownface Nebula. The Eskimo Nebula is located 2,870 light-years away in the Gemini constellation and can be spotted in a small telescope.

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Eskimo Nebula in Gemini Constellation

Photo: NASA

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