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Astronomy + Design

This stars system was a combination of Eta Carinae A, B and C, three specific stars.
In the mid of 19th century, Eta Carinae B and C collapsed. B ingested C and a massive explosion generated the Homoncula Nebula.
Today, Eta Carinae A and Eta Carinae B compose this binary system.
Eta Carinae A is a giant star, maybe almost more than 1000 the size of our Sun.
The only way to view the Homoncula Nebula is to go to the Austral hemisphere.

How to found it : click here

animation to understand the genesis : click here



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