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The Orion Nebula - M43
A massive star is illuminating this small region, called M43, and sculpting the landscape of dust and gas. Astronomers call the area a miniature Orion Nebula because of its small size and the single star that is shaping it. The Orion Nebula itself is much larger and has four hefty stars that are carving the dust-and-gas terrain.
Credit: NASA,ESA, M. Robberto (Space Telescope Science Institute/ESA) and the Hubble Space Telescope Orion Treasury Project Team
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Watch the Delta Aquarid meteor shower tonight 
The Delta Aquarid meteor shower is peaking from tonight (July 28) into Tuesday (July 29), and even if you can’t catch the cosmic show in person, you can still see live views of the annual shower online.
The online Slooh Community Observatory will host a webcast featuring the Delta Aquarid meteor shower as seen from Arizona and the Canary Islands off the west coast of Africa, weather permitting. Experts will also be on hand to discuss the celestial sight. You can watch the Delta Aquarid webcast here at Space.com, or you can check it out directly through Slooh.com. The live show will begin at 10 p.m. EDT tonight (0200 July 29 GMT)
Astronomers predict that the peak of the shower will produce about 16 meteors per hour. While the Delta Aquarid shower usually isn’t spectacular, this year it falls during a new moon, meaning the dim “shooting stars” should stand out against the dark night sky. Slooh is planning to use special equipment for the webcast to show as many meteors as possible.

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