Hubble Space Telescope

Hubble's Glittering Frisbee Galaxy

Hubble Caught Frisbee-like Galaxy In Action

The Hubble Space Telescope has been contributing significant footage on what it's like to be out there. With its recent photo capture, a magnificent Frisbee-like galaxy appeared.
The Center Of The Omega Nebula, A Hotbed Of Newly Born Stars Wrapped In Colorful Blankets Of Glowing Gas And Cradled In An Enormous Cold, Dark Hydrogen Cloud

Hubble Telescope Captured The Shining Stars Of Sagittarius

The Hubble Telescope has been providing space enthusiasts glimpses of the beauty from the outside for years. And guess what? It was able to capture a very rare photo of the constellation Sagittarius which featured the beauty of its glittering stars.
Hubble Video Shows Shock Collision inside Black Hole Jet

Hubble Spots Collisions and Cosmic Disarray At the Center of Black Hole

When it comes to high-speed collisions, nobody here on Earth has anything on black holes. Astronomers have witnessed a new first: two high-speed knots of matter colliding in a sort of rear-end impact. They saw this after creating a time-lapse video of a super-speed jet of plasma as it shot out of a supermassive black hole. The knots of matter were inside the black hole until it blasted them out-and into each other.

The ESA Finds Champagne Nebula And Brighter Sets of Stars

This stunning nebula, called RCW 34 and visualized by the European Southern Observatory's (ESO) Very Large Telescope (VLT), is home to young stars that heat gases, causing them to expand outward. In this brightest area of the nebula heated hydrogen bursts into the vacuum outside the gas cloud, "uncorking" the nebula. This kind of process is called a champagne flow, and the entire area provides rich fodder for astronomers as it continuously produces new, brilliant stars.
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