The Hubble Telescope shows a fragment of a brightly colored supernova remnant.

Taken by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, the image shows brightly colored supernova remnant fragments, similar to plumes of smoke and sparks from hot fireworks, these fragile filaments are actually the debris sheet of a stellar explosion, and The Milky Way’s satellite is the brightest remnant in the Milky Way’s Large Magellanic Cloud, located approximately 160 …

The atmospheric composition of WASP-39 b has been revealed by the Webb Telescope.

  While the Webb telescope provides a new menu on exoplanet environments, other space telescopes, including Hubble and Spitzer, have revealed individual elements in exoplanet atmospheres, and Webb has provided new readings on atoms, molecules and even That’s indicated by active chemistry and clouds.The atmospheric composition of the hot gas giant exoplanet WASP-39 b has …

Hubble Telescope captured the image of Arp-Madore 417-391.

How after the collision of two galaxies, they have turned into a huge ring, and their cores have come side by side, this ring of galaxies is known as Arp-Madore 417-391. The Arp-Madore Catalog is a collection of galaxies in particular, spanning the entire southern sky, that includes subtle interacting galaxies as well as more …

The Hubble telescope captured an image of a shock wave.

About 815 light-years away from the Solar System lies a Pencil Nebula in the constellation Vela near the Vela pulsar, known as NGC 2736, which formed from the remnants of a massive Vela supernova. In 1840, the Pencil Nebula was discovered by Sir John Herschel, its linear appearance giving rise to a popular name.Millions of …

A dying star has thrown gas around it.

 The planetary nebula IC 4634 probe is struck by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2). In this image of Hubble, a dying star has ejected gas around it, the star shining two,S-shaped ejection is revealed. Researchers say that IC 4634, submerged in glowing material at the center, has spread itself …

Do hot Jupiters shorten the age of their host star?

 In the study, researchers using NASA’s Chandra X-ray Observatory found that planets can slow down the aging process of their host stars, forcing the planets to age their host stars younger. This could be good evidence for researchers that a hot Jupiter (a gas giant exoplanet that orbits a star at or close to Mercury’s …

Appears as a swirling wall of smoke in NGC 6530.