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NGC 7822

NGC 7822 is a large emission nebula in the constellation Cephus where hot new stars are forming. The region also includes the young star cluster Berkeley 59. NGC 7822 lies at an estimated distance of 3000 light years. The red color of the nebula is characteristic of ionized hydrogen as it recombines with lost electrons.

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