The photography students who use darkroom photography a lot have seen quite a few fae without glamour, right? Does this mess with them over time? The first ten photos with eery figures in them did no harm and the ten after that neither, but after two semesters their pupils are always diluted and they never seem to know what day it is
The Cigar Galaxy, also known as M82, is located 12 million light years away. It is a Starburst Galaxy, which means it is currently undergoing rapid star formation. This is thought to have been triggered by the neighbouring galaxy M81. Located in the constellation of Ursa Major, it is ~5 times more luminous than the Milky Way. It is also home to M82 X-2, a dull name for an extremely bright neutron star; so bright, that it breaches its Eddington luminosity (How bright an object of a given mass can be).