The Carina Nebula (catalogued as NGC 3372; also known as the Grand Nebula, Great Nebula in Carina, or Eta Carinae Nebula) is a large, complex area of bright and dark nebulosity in the constellation Carina, and is located in the Carina–Sagittarius Arm. The nebula lies at an estimated distance between 6,500 and 10,000 light-years (2,000 and 3,100 pc) from Earth
Theta 1 Ori C binary star system taken with a new type of camera that can take photos of space that are twice as sharp as those taken by the Hubble Telescope. The key innovation in the new space camera is an ultrathin curved glass mirror that floats on a magnetic field above the telescope's primary mirror. This mirror counteracts the blurring effect created by atmospheric turbulence by changing its shape at 585 different points up to 1,000 times per second.