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March 24, 2018

Interact with 3D Nebula like never before

the ring nebula

NebulaBliss is a site where you can interactively view a close representation of the nebulae that are observed through NASA and Hubble Telescope. It features some of the most well-known nebulae with 3D navigation that allows you to view them up close.

The nebula featured are Hourglass Nebula, Ring Nebula, Butterfly Nebula, Rottenegg nebula, Cat’s eye, and Eskimo nebula. The displays are created on your browser that allows you to rotate and zoom through the nebula.

First, when you start exploring, you will see an automated camera taking you around the nebula. But the options above the nebula allows you to disable/enable auto camera, disable music, enable/disable VR and enable information sidebar on the right sidebar. You can also set the resolution of the nebula to high, normal and low. The VR option allows you to view the nebula through Google Cardboard goggles.

If you are interested in Astronomy and wanted to know more about most well-known nebula in our universe, this is perfect for you. It doesn’t get better than an interactive 3D model made with close resemblance to data from NASA and Hubble telescope.


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