NASA Detects Smiley in New Galaxy Through Its Hubble Space Telescope

NASA Detects Formation of Galaxies That Looks Like a Smiley

The Hubble telescope was launched on April 24, 1990, via the space shuttle Discovery from Kennedy Space Centre in Florida.

Hubble has revealed a new image of a "smiling galaxy cluster".

In an image posted to NASA's website, two yellow orbs could be seen above an arc of light, painting a smiley face in the middle of a sea of stars.

"Lower bow-shaped galaxy has a shape which is characteristic of gravitational lensing".

Hubble has the pointing accuracy of.007 arc seconds, which is like being able to shine a laser beam focused on Franklin D. Roosevelt's head on a dime roughly 200 miles away. But many galaxies in the line of sight also appear distorted.

Analyzing the luminosity, size and rate of formation of young stars in such images, the NASA researchers hope to better understand how stars are formed in cold parts of the Universe.

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This optical phenomenon took place due to the birth of a new star when she came out of a giant cloud of gas, the so-called stellar nurseries. Using the telescope's Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3), the Hubble could easily view distant galaxies at an impeccable resolution.

NASA scientists captured in space "silhouette of a bat", which in reality is the shadow of a massive star, called among astrologers HBC 672.

Peering into the lives of other galaxies can shed light on how gas is transformed into giant stars through time and space.

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With over seven years of experience in online journalism, Vadim is passionate about everything related to science and the environment.

Earlier it was reported that scientists have discovered the brightest supernova in the Universe.

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