The Cat’s Eye Nebula.

Eleven or more shells of gas make up the complex and beautiful planetary nebula known as the Cat’s Eye. Each ring is actually the edge of a spherical bubble.
Mar 11, 2012 / 37 notes

The Cat’s Eye Nebula.

Eleven or more shells of gas make up the complex and beautiful planetary nebula known as the Cat’s Eye. Each ring is actually the edge of a spherical bubble.

  1. fruitpunchandshit reblogged this from neutralflow
  2. neutralflow reblogged this from speakatslowerspeeds
  3. reploids reblogged this from adiostoreadoki-archive2
  4. adiostoreadoki-archive2 reblogged this from speakatslowerspeeds
  5. beagoddess reblogged this from mentalalchemy
  6. thinkdifferent93til reblogged this from the-galaxies
  7. pointism reblogged this from the-galaxies
  8. the-galaxies reblogged this from speakatslowerspeeds
  9. jedikittie reblogged this from mentalalchemy
  10. destruction-and-rebirth reblogged this from mentalalchemy
  11. jerrrs reblogged this from mentalalchemy
  12. beachbum239 reblogged this from mentalalchemy
  13. mxscellaneous reblogged this from speakatslowerspeeds
  14. aeonis reblogged this from speakatslowerspeeds
  15. warcellusmallace reblogged this from mentalalchemy
  16. mrkuroi reblogged this from speakatslowerspeeds
  17. batwingedbird reblogged this from mentalalchemy
  18. mentalalchemy reblogged this from speakatslowerspeeds
  19. speakatslowerspeeds posted this