NGC 1760 (N11)
Distance: 160,000 Light Years

This glowing complex of rings, shells, and powerful young stars lies in the Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy of the Milky Way. The overall complex of glowing gas and stars is known as N11 while the central cluster of hot young blue stars is know as NGC 1760. The complex expanding shells of gas have likely formed from multiple generations of hot O and B type stars and their supernovae. N11 spans over 1000 light years across.