Jun 24, 2024, 10:55 PM IST

7 jaw-dropping images of cosmos shared by NASA

Varnika Srivastava

NASAWebb captured the first-ever observation of aligned protostellar outflows, or jets of gas from newborn stars, through bright red, clumpy streaks in the top left.

NASA captured a cosmic crossover of spiral galaxy M94, located 16 million light-years away in Canes Venatici constellation, belonging to the Messier catalog.

Euclid, a European space agency telescope, has discovered hidden star formation regions in Messier 78, mapping gas and dust in exceptional detail, revealing two large-scale cosmic mysteries.

The Tarantula Nebula, also known as 30 Doradus, is the largest and brightest star-forming region near our Milky Way galaxy, home to massive stars.

NASAHubble captured the stunning beauty of NGC 4731, a barred spiral galaxy in the Virgo constellation, featuring a bright central bar and star-forming regions.

The Wide Field Camera 3 captured a stunning image of dwarf galaxy NGC 4214, revealing the intricate dance of stars and their evolution stages.

In 2009, NASAH Hubble, NASAChandraXray, and Spitzer Space Telescopes collaborated to capture a stunning view of the Milky Way's core, revealing warm gas arcs heated by massive stars.

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