I think so, Brain … but the photons shouldn’t have luggage if they’re traveling light.
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This Hubble image shows one of the most perfect geometrical forms we can see in space, an unusual pre-planetary nebula known as IRAS 23166+1655 around the star LL Pegasi in the constellation of Pegasus.
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I think so, Brain … but why would we need to count Geigers?
M42 is most commonly known as the Orion Nebula, but it’s also called the Turkey Nebula.
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