This nebula has an unusual yellow and white spot in the center and to me, the center white area looks like a face. I wonder if it could be the reflection of the face of the creator? What ever it is, to me it looks out of place, very interesting, and awe inspiring.
I zoomed in to get a closer look but this is as clear a view as I could get. Any closer and it becomes too fuzzy.
This next picture below is probably the most famous one that the Hubble Space Telescope took. Everyone interested in astronomy has heard of the Eagle Nebula or Pillars of Creation.
How about a view of just the top of the left column in the above picture:
This is such a huge gas cloud that it is beyond my comprehension. It is fifty light years across.
The Eagle Nebula isn't the only huge gas cloud out there. There are many of them and they give birth to many new stars. Here is a picture of another huge gas cloud.
Some time we humans have the tendency to look in areas and at things that we should not look at. This last picture shows a gas cloud that wasn't very happy that we took its picture and gave us the universal sign of disgust (grin).
Now, don't let that last picture ruin your day, but have a really great Easter and always be in awe of the creation of our Maker, you hear?