Upper image: optical image of the central part of the Carina Nebula, reproduced from the ESO photo release 1031 (http://www.eso.org/public/images/etamosaicnm2/). North is up and east to the left. The box shows the area covered by the near-infrared HAWK-I image below. Lower image: RGB composite image constructed from the J- (blue), H- (green), and Ks-band (red) HAWK-I images of the area around the disk object. (Note: the horizontal and vertical dark streaks are artifacts related to the dither pattern and the mosaicing process.)
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