Soar through this cosmic landscape filled with bright nebulas, as well as runaway, massive and young stars.

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The Stars of Cepheus

Seen by Spitzer

This image was taken by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, which sees the universe in infrared light.

Cepheus C

- Stars are starting to form in this dark vein of dust and gas.

V374 Ceph

- This is most likely a star surrounded by a disk of dark, dusty material.

Young Nebula

- New stars are illuminating this dense cloud of gas and dust.

Runaway star

- The star creates a shock wave as it plows through gas and dust.

Star Cluster

- Massive stars illuminate this dusty region.

Cepheus B

- This cluster of stars formed from the same clump of gas and dust.

Spitzer is managed by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

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