Where Did All The Stars Go
Munich, Germany (ESO) Jan 06, 2015
Some of the stars appear to be missing in this intriguing new ESO image. But the black gap in this glitteringly beautiful star field is not really a gap, but rather a region of space clogged with gas and dust. This dark cloud is called LDN 483 – for Lynds Dark Nebula 483. Such clouds are the birthplaces of future stars.
The Wide Field Imager, an instrument mounted on the MPG/ESO 2.2-metre —> Read More Here