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Apollo 40th Anniversary Videos
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Event photos from July 23 CA Science Center, Los Angeles
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California Nebula (photo at left)
Photo: STARHOME OBSERVATORY/AstroStock. This is the California Nebula (NGC 1499), named because of the similarity in shape to the state's geographical outline. It is located 1000 light-years from Earth in the constellation Perseus. The bright star (right center) is Xi Persei and is believed to be the illuminator of the nebula.

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