The Webb telescope captured an image of a region called the “Pillars of Creation”.

In 1995, the Hubble Telescope took the first image of a region known as the “Pillars of Creation” within the Eagle Nebula, which became world famous, the eagle nebula was discovered by Jean-Philippe de Cheseaux in 1745–46, The Eagle Nebula is about 6,500 light-years from Earth. In 2014, it was observed once again, this time …

Two newborn stars are spewing radiation and particles to form bubbles.

 Clouds make many types of shapes in the sky, which attracts us, and in some way in the universe also clouds of gas, dust make many types of shapes, this shape tells a lot about stars. In the darkest corner of the constellation Circinus is the Black Widow Nebula, whose two stars are producing intense …

Rings of dust, formed from stellar winds, as seen by the Webb Telescope.

When two stars come close together, their stellar winds (streams of gas they blow into space) combine, which compress the gas, forming dust, and rings of dust mark the loop time. The James Webb Space Telescope captured an image of the Wolf-Rayet 140, located 5,000 light-years from Earth, The rare type of star in this …

Researchers have discovered a “super-Earth, in which there is a possibility of life.

 The constellation of Eridanus, 105 light-years away from the Solar System, contains a high proper speed red dwarf star known as LP 890-9, which has a mass of 12% and 15% of the Sun’s radius, and a temperature At 2,871 K (2,598 °C; 4,708 °F), it is the second coldest star to host a planetary …

NASA’s DART spacecraft successfully hits asteroid in planetary defense test.

NASA’s Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) successfully completed testing of a method for planetary defense against near-Earth objects, during which the DART spacecraft collided with an asteroid, causing the asteroid to change direction,This was the NASA Space Agency’s first attempt to move to an asteroid. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) is the world’s first …

Webb telescope captured his first image of Neptune.

The Webb telescope has captured its first image of Neptune, in this image the rings of the planet are most clearly visible, and this image of Webb captures more than 30 years of view, as well as Webb’s Cameras reveal the ice giant in a whole new light. This new image from Webb shows a …

The Hubble Telescope captured a vivid image of the center of M77.

A vivid image of M77’s center has been taken using visible and infrared observations by the Hubble Telescope. The red and blue stripes in this image highlight pockets of star formation along the pinwheeling arms. There are dark dust lanes around the stars in the galaxy. M77 is a spiral galaxy, it is a prime …

A spectacular spiral galaxy is being studied by the Hubble telescope.

The NGC 1961 galaxy, located in the constellation Camelopardalis, about 200 million light-years from Earth, is a spiral galaxy with curved arms. Taken by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, the image shows the grand spiral arms unfolding, the bright, blue regions of bright young stars reflecting the dusty spiral arms swirling around the bright center of …

To determine the timing of a stellar explosion, so that the time of death of the star is remembered.

When a star ends up in an explosion, the debris of that star spills over, making it often difficult for astronomers to determine the timeline of the star’s demise from the debris. How any star will end depends on its mass, when a star reaches a critical mass, then it draws matter from another star, …

The region of the Magellanic Cloud where stars form has been captured by the James Webb Space Telescope.

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has captured the region in the Magellanic Cloud where thousands of never-before-seen, young stars are present in a stellar nursery called 30 Doradus, the region once again in space-time as cosmic Tells the story of creation. The Tarantula Nebula in the Large Magellanic Cloud galaxy is the largest and brightest …

Webb took the first direct image of the exoplanet HIP 65426 b.

The Webb telescope took its first direct image of an exoplanet, known as HIP 65426b, an image not only special to Webb, but also of astronomy, as Webb’s exoplanet image is a potential source for future observations, There are good signs. Webb used the Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam) and Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI) to capture HIP 65426, …

The Hubble telescope sees the globular cluster as a gathering of stars.

Spherical galaxies look like diamonds in a basket that are shining because of light, the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has captured one such galaxy about 23,000 light-years away in the constellation Sagittarius situated at. This globular galaxy, known as Cluster NGC 6558, was captured by the Advanced Camera for Surveys of the Hubble Space Telescope …

Clouds can be an important component in understanding exoplanets.

Twinkling stars and their planets in the Universe are filled with clouds of vaporized rock, and the first glimpses of wildly different environments on one of the many varieties of these exoplanets are beginning to appear, clouds of vaporized rock on exoplanets. Some say, and now NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has just begun to …

Data from Webb and Hubble provide a comprehensive view of M74.

Researchers created an image of Phantom Galaxy M74 using data from the Hubble telescope and the Webb telescope, an image provided by the NASA/ESA/CSA James Webb Space Telescope and data from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope to provide a comprehensive view of the are complementary to the other. M74 is a special class of spiral …

The image of the globular cluster NGC 6540 has been captured by the Hubble telescope.

An image of the globular cluster NGC 6540, taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, shows that both the Hubble Telescope’s instruments Wide Field Camera 3 and the Advanced Camera have slightly different fields of image, both of Hubble’s cameras determine, That’s how large a sky area each device takes up. This Hubble image shows …

Appears as a swirling wall of smoke in NGC 6530.