NASA shared a picture of a glowing nebula helping to build the next generation of stars

The official Instagram account of NASA’s Hubble Telescope shared an image of the Nebula ESO 455-10 on Friday January 29 and netizens are absolutely mesmerized. According to the caption, ESO 455-10 is distributing its elements in an interstellar medium that will help create the next generation of stars. Astonished at its beauty, netizens consider it a ‘prima super’.

Stars formed

According to the official website, the life of a nebula is ‘chaotic’. The oblique shells of ESO 455–10, previously held tightly together as layers of its central star, give the Nebula its unique appearance. In addition, they provide a lot of information about the same. The blog on the official website read, “Seen in a field of stars, the distinct asymmetrical arc of material on the north side of the nebula is a clear indication of the interaction between ESO 455-10 and the interstellar medium”.

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In addition, the stars that are present in the center of ESO 455–10 allow Hubble to observe interactions with the gas and dust of the netula. In addition, light can be seen interacting with the surrounding interstellar medium, and stars. Often, the nebula is considered important in galactic enrichment. This is because they distribute their own elements. Heavy metal elements produced within a star, after some time, form the next generation of stars.

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Inspired by the image, netizens took over the comment section. One Instagram user wrote, “Mind Blowing View”. Surprised by the universe, one person commented, “How vast can the universe be?”. Another person wrote. “God’s creation is so beautiful that it is called real life ..”. Many people can be seen dropping heart emojis in the comment section.

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(Image courtesy: Instagram / Nasbul)


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