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Photo of the Day – Christmas Tree Cluster

Saturday, April 21. 2012

Christmas Tree Cluster by Rolf Geissinger

The NGC 2264  identifies two astronomical objects as a single object: the Christmas Tree Cluster and the Cone Nebula. The objects are located about 2600 light-years from Earth. NGC 2264 is sometimes referred to as the Christmas Tree Cluste. In this picture we can see a crystal-clear moment about this wonderful formation.

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And also we thought it would be nice if we make a collective photo gallery of the Spring of different countries what we will share here and also the Blue Line website (http://www.bluelyn.com/ ) So, we’d like if you send us a Spring picture from your country and you will be a part of this photo gallery. What do you think? Could you give us a piece of Spring of you country?

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About Ilona Kaszanyi

http://www.bluelyn.com/ - I'm interested in human rights, I condemn all kinds violence. I love sociology, nature, culture, travel. I love teaching children, meeting and talking with people, making friends all around the world. As an amateur photographer I love taking pictures in the nature.

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  1. Reblogged this on pindanpost and commented:
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    Posted by Tom Harley | April 21, 2012, 10:41 am

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