Object name: IC0410
Designation(s): IC0410, NGC1893,
Emission nebula IC 410 with two "Tadpoles" and the open star cluster NGC 1893. The nebula as a huge star factory. It is lit by these stars which are the star cluster NGC 1893. Likely part of it is hidden behind the dark "hole" of dense dust and gas just right of the cluster we do see. The tadpoles were (million years ago) Bok Globules like I've shown in previous images. But the light pressure from these stars has eroded the globules pushing their material "downwind" of their solar wind. Note how the two tadpoles seem to face right toward the center of the dark "hole" where these stars are located. Other currents from stars that formed to the side of the main cluster have created other winds that have distorted and kinked the tadpole's tails.