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A global ocean, not just a sea, lies beneath Enceladus' crust.
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The Trifid Nebula (M20) is one of the best-known deep-sky objects. It resides in the constellation Sagittarius the Archer near another celestial treat, the Lagoon Nebula (M8). The Trifid lies some 9,000 light-years away and is only 300,000 years old. (12-inch Officina Stellare Riccardi Dall-Kirkham telescope, SBIG STF-8300M CCD camera, LRGB image with 19 hours and 20 minutes of exposures)
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