This is a compiled photo of a star-forming nebula in the Milky Way. The red light has been made blue, hence the tinting on the bottom right. I created it by combining three images from three different wavelengths; blue, green and red. Again, I changed the red into blue and the blue into yellow, so you can see that the blue regions of this photo are the hottest, the yellow regions the coolest. I liked this contrast as it goes against the “typical” color coding for making Hubble’s images beautiful.