NASA has published a photo of bright blue objects in outer space, and it's a terrible view of the cosmos.
The image captured by the Hubble Space Telescope (NASA / ESA) shows a "chicken gun" of a newborn star. The blue clusters in the picture are the Herbig-Aro numbers numbered 7 to 1
#HubbleFriday Hubble grabbed a newborn star gun! These objects visible in blue in the upper part of the image lie within NGC 1333, a reflection nebula, full of gas and dust, located about a thousand light years from the Earth: https://t.co / y9erxz69kz [pic.twitter.com/CBaBreyexs]
– Hubble (@NASAHubble) February 15, 2019
Gerbiga-Kharot's are transient phenomena near newborn stars. They leave the star, which created them at speeds up to 150,000 miles per hour, and disappeared into space for several tens of thousands of years.
According to NASA, a young star that is the source of these Herbig-Haro names is called SVS 13, and in the image, bright blue clusters are removed from SVS 13 to the upper left side. The distance between HH 7 and SVS 13 is approximately 20,000 times the distance between the Sun and Earth. clouds of dust and gas at high speeds, which cause the scene of these bright blue clusters deep down in space.
Watch this YouTube video on NASA to see Herbig-Haro in action and how they are thrown out of the young stars 19659003]
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