NASA’s veteran space telescope Hubble continues to capture some very interesting images. Especially with the increasing interest in these images recently, the space agency has been publishing different images from each other. Hubble Space TelescopeThis time the image from earliest star formation shows his condition.
Hubble Space Telescope shared earliest phase of star
The Hubble Space Telescope, which has shared a lot of information about space with us since its launch, continues to capture new and interesting images. This telescope, which has been a little behind after the appearance of James Webb, is now a from the first states of the star shared one.
This resulting image shows a cloud of dust and gas in the constellation Serpent. This cloud has the material to be a birthplace for a new star. It also takes place as a type of object called a dense core.
This object, named CB 130-3, is a companion to the protostar image shared by the James Webb Space Telescope recently. This Hubble image shows gas and dust coming together to form a core. first stage is showing. The James Webb image shows the developmental stage where the core pulls in more material through gravity and starts spinning.
It is very difficult to see the core itself in the Hubble image because it is so deep in the cloud. However, we can see that the cloud is not an ordinary cluster and has patches of different densities. The image is facing the visible light spectrum. Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3 taken with the device.
Also, thanks to the Hubble Space Telescope star image, astronomers different physical properties can choose. And also internal structures They also have the opportunity to see Hubble scientists also made a statement about this image. “As this image shows, the density of CB 130-3 is not constant; The outer edges of the cloud are made up of only fine tufts, while the core of CB 130-3 completely blocks out background light.”
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