In the constellation Scorpio, the blue and yellow nebula are reflection nebulas, the red nebulas are emission nebulas, glowing hydrogen ions. The star at the base of the yellow nebulosity is Antares, a huge red giant, while next to it is the globular cluster M4. The blue nebulosity towards the top is IC 4604, while the red nebulosity to the right is Sh2-9.
Credit: Tony Hallas
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