1333 is a reflection nebula that lies approximately 1000 light years
away in the constellation of Perseus, residing in the Perseus Molecular
Cloud. Although this object is classified as a reflection nebula,
it is an active star-forming region. Most of the very young stars
are still hidden from view by vast amouns of dust.
1333 has been determined to contain several Herbig-Haro objects.
These are narrow jets of gas emminating from newly formed stars.