THE GUERRILLA ANGEL REPORT — Whether or not Hal is doing any lip reading, I can’t say. (HAL-9000, of course is the central character in the film 2001, A Space Odyssey.) This image is from NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer spacecraft.
From the Huffington Post: Designated as LBN 149.02-00.13, this interstellar cloud is made up of a shell of ionized gas surrounding a void with an extremely hot, bright star in the middle. LBN 149.02-00.13 can be found along the band of the Milky Way in the night sky, where clouds of gas and dust are much more common. It is on the outer edge of our local spiral arm about 3,000 light years away.
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