NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope captures mysterious explosion


NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope captured a mysterious explosion and now it has been revealed that it is a newborn star located more than 9,000 light-years away.

Hubble Space Telescope never fails to surprise us. The telescope has left again we fascinated with a mysterious image it took. It turned out to be a bright newborn star surrounded by a dense curtain of gas and dust. ‘IRAS 05506+2414’, the young star imaged by the Hubble Telescope, lies nearly 9000 light-years away in the constellation Taurus. The image was captured using the telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3). This young object is believed to be an example of a violent explosion caused by the breaking of a large young man. star system.

As Scitechdaily reports, double plumes of gas and dust from a young star are formed from rotating disks of matter around it. “However, in the case of IRAS 05506 + 2414, a propeller-like stream of material traveling at up to 350 km/s (780,000 mph) is spreading outward from the center of this image,” report.

Astronomers can measure the velocity of matter accelerating away from the star, but it’s difficult to measure how far The earth the real star is from a single observation.

Not this newborn star, last month the Hubble Telescope captured a slow-recovering bright red supergiant star “Betelgeuse” after it was physically blown up in 2019. This star has lost a significant portion of its visible surface causing a massive surface mass of radioactivity (SME).This has never happened before, Andrea Dupree from the Harvard Center for Astrophysics and Smithsonian, said.

“Never has one seen such a massive stellar surface-mass ejection. As Nasa shared, “Betelgeuse appears as a bright, ruby-red, glittering blob in the upper-right shoulder of the constellation of the Seasons constellation.” East Orion the Hunter.”

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