The bright red eye nebula image is in the sights of the Spitzer space telescope of the US Aerospace Agency.
Photo taken on September 20 from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope shows bright red infrared light emanating from the Helix Nebula , symbol NGC 7293 , 700 light-years from Earth in the constellation of Water Carrier Aquarius , by Space Fellowship.
The two-light-diameter dust and gas that surrounds the white dwarf in Helix's center is evaluated by astronomers as a prime example of a planetary nebula , showing the final stage in the evolution of stars similar to the Sun. However, a bright red light in a photo taken by Spitzer glass emanated from a disk of dust produced by collisions between celestial bodies in the Kuiper belt of the solar system or in the Oort comet cloud.
The Helix Nebula is a multi-layered cloud of gas that emits many ultraviolet rays with a temperature of up to 120,000 degrees Celsius. Helix consists mainly of hydrogen and nitrogen gas. There are many active young stars in this nebula system.