This year Christmas vibes come from the heavens.
The emission nebula created by the young, energetic stars in the cluster resembles a Christmas Tree. The hydrogen atoms are dying with the radiation from the stars and resurrecting as a glowing new type of hydrogen atom called hydrogen II.
Christmas Tree Cluster is in the constellation of Monoceros and is located about 2.300 light-years from earth.
Photographer: Mustafa AYDIN
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Image Credits: Mustafa AYDIN / Telescope Live