The HH-34 Nebula
Found about 1,500 light-years from Earth in the Orion constellation (very close to the Orion Nebula, actually) is a region that doesn’t lack in variety or beauty, called Herbig-Haro 34(otherwise known as HH-34), it contains numerous nebulae, along with stars that haven’t yet entered the main sequence phase of stellar evolution.
These objects are called Young Stellar Objects (YSO), and they have a propensity for theatrics. Namely, they are known for the complicated jets that spew from their poles, which have an immense effect on the surrounding landscape. With HH34, the jets oppose each other, blasting ‘bullets’ of gas into space at speeds exceeding 155 miles (250 kilometers) per second
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