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Published on Jul 12, 2012
This poem was inspired after some books I read on French Astromomer Charles Messier. Many of the nebulae, clusters and galaxies you see named today were named by him or after him in his honor The Orion Nebula diffusion was credited to 17th century astronomer Niclolas Claude Fabri de Peiresc On November 26 1610. The discoverey of three of the stars were discovered by Galileo Galilei on February 4, 1617.. What we have today is the beautiful Orion Nebula, which seems to still have people star gazing with delight. I hope this poem encourages you to get the telescope out and star gaze, its a lot of fun with friends and family. Much Love, Jojo