Hubble captures a bubble-like structure, Sh2-308, wrapped around EZ Canis Majoris, a star in The Great Dog constellation. This wispy bubble is transitory and will disappear in the violent supernova explosions.
Cosmic convention or cosmic arrangement is also defined by a Galaxy formation. After the post-Big Bang period, the high-density and the high-temperature state expanded and formed this endless Universe.
Six million years ago from today, the Black hole inside Milky way swallowed a large amount of gas. MIT researchers now found that it was the last dinner of the Blackhole, and it ejected those gas in a form of bubble.
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.
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.
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.