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WR 134 is a variable Wolf-Rayet type star located about 6000 light years away.
In the image, it is the brightest white star in the center of the image.
The nebula around it (blueish in this picture) was formed when the star was in the red giant phase, when the outer layers have spread due to the star's strong radiation and stellar wind.
WR-type stars are a very rare type of star.
In 2018, only 154 of them were known in the Milky Way.
The Crescent nebula has also been born under similar conditions.