Planck Highlights The Complexity Of Star Formation
April 27, 2010
An active star-formation region in the Orion Nebula, as seen By Planck. This image covers a region of 13x13 degrees. It is a three-color combination constructed from three of Planck's nine frequency channels: 30, 353 and 857 GHz.
Topics: Orion complex, Planck, European Space Agency, Nebula, Orion Nebula, Spaceflight, Space exploration