spaceplasma: Happy Holidays! Having finished decorating your…

spaceplasma:

Happy Holidays!

Having finished decorating your terrestrial Christmas tree this year, you may care to step outside and view a celestial one. Well placed in the December night sky in the often overlooked but very rewarding constellation of Monoceros, NGC 2264, called the Christmas Tree by the American astronomer and writer Leland S. Copeland. You can find the Christmas tree by playing a sort of celestial connect-the-dots with the cluster’s stars. The cluster lies amid a vast area of nebulosity, well captured in this image by Robert Jay GaBany.

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