Lagoon Nebula in Deep Field by Kfir Simon
The Lagoon nebula in a closer and deeper look.
The central structure of the nebula , normally overexposed ( Upper Left) is revealed in this image.
Seen in silhouette just lower from the center of the view are small, dark clouds of obscuring cosmic dust.
These globules Called Thackeray’s Globules for their discoverer, are potential sites for the formation of new stars, but are likely being eroded by the intense radiation from the nearby young stars. — NASA
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Someone explain it, please?