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A planetary nebula, seen by the Webb telescope’s NIRCam instrument, against the blackness of space, with points of starlight behind it. The nebula itself is shaped like an irregular oval, with lacy, reddish-orange plumes of gas and dust. Further inside the circle, the gas and dust glow bright blue. A glowing white ring separates the red and blue gases. In the center of the rings are two stars, one glowing much brighter than the other, with diffraction spikes radiating out from it.


Canvases are traditional ready-to-hang canvases. 


The space photograph is included with frames and will be fully mounted and framed upon arrival. The print within the frame is printed on Kodak Endura Metallic Paper, which offers a high gloss surface and a "metallic" look and feel. It makes photos pop as if it was taken in 3D! It also has a lifetime of 200 years before it begins to fade. 


Please note that the image online is of lower quality and is NOT the image quality that will be printed. The image quality on print is far far greater than what appears within the example photos here online. :) 

Southern Ring Nebula. Taken by the James Webb Space Telescope

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