NASA’s Hubble Telescope Captures the Mesmerizing Blue Bubble Nebula

NASA's Hubble Telescope Captures the Mesmerizing Blue Bubble Nebula

NASA’s official blog says that the star Wolf-Rayet (WR 31a) is inside the star Carina (Keel). surprised. But there’s much more to Hubble than pretty pictures.

Over the years, the program has collected tens of gigabytes of data that provide important insights into the universe, from near the moon to the most distant galaxies, including the study of supernovae and nebulae. NASA’s announcement of the Wolf Rayet Nebula increased the curiosity even more. Indiatimes reported, the blue “bubble” around the nebula, often said to be “ring” or “spherical” in shape, is formed when the “fast stellar wind” comes into contact with the outer layer of hydrogen.

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The star will eventually explode in a supernova, but the removed stellar material will continue to support the stars and planets that will form. A bright star with four diffraction spikes shines in the center of the image. – The image is filled with other stars, each different with black space. The light blue bubble that appears to surround the star (called WR 31a) in the carina star (backbone) contains dust, hydrogen, helium, etc.

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It is the Wolf-Rayet Nebula, a cosmic cloud composed of some gases. The Hubble Space Telescope’s Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS) Wide Field Camera captured this image of WR 31a, using near-infrared (F814W) and broadband V-band (F606W) filters to create the image. Judy Schmidt, amateur.

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