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H II region The term 'H II region' as it applies to the area of space can be defined as 'A region of hot gas surrounding a young star or stars that is mostly ionized. The energetic light from these young stars ionizes the existing gas. This region typically appears red as it glows with the photons emitted when electrons recombine with hydrogen protons'.
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