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NGC 1333

NGC 1333 is a reflection nebula located about 1,000 light years away towards the constellation Perseus. The cloud of material enshrouds a young star cluster, many stars less than two million years old. The stars are broken into two smaller groups, one near the top of the cloud emitting numerous jets of material and creating shock fronts and another at the other end of the cloud, with a more sedate glow of heated gas.

NGC 1333 has an incredibly high number of individual jets of material from the young stars, called Herbig-Haro objects. It’s possible that by agitating surrounding cold gas, these objects may disperse the surrounding molecular cloud and halt star production in the region. NGC 1333 has also been the subject of a study on X-ray production, which found that X-ray emissions were higher from larger stars.

Image from Spitzer, information from NASA and Chandra.