tA festive glowing red nebula was spotted by the Hubble Space Telescope. The nebulas glow could be attributed to heated hydrogen according to experts.
New observations from the European Southern Observatory (ESO) showed massive pillar-like structures within Carina Nebula that destroy clouds of gas and dust responsible for giving birth to new stars.
Young stars in the nebula Messier 78, invisible to the naked eye, are now seen peaking out from a thick fog of cosmic dust. The glimpses of these heavenly bodies can be credited to the very powerful telescope of the European Southern Observatory (ESO) that they call their very own “dustbuster”.
Scientists discovered the giant star system Eta Carinae’s strange and violent past, which reveals critical knowledge about how extremely massive stars die.
A young massive star that is almost 30 times bigger than the Sun was discovered by astronomers in the outskirt of a nebula.
Astronomers were able to piece images together and peek into the core of Crab Nebula.
A strikingly colorful emission nebula was captured by ESO’s Very Large Telescope. The light from blazing blue stars create a mantle of glowing pinkish gas.
European Southern Observatory released stunning image and videos of a glowing gas cloud that was capture using Focal Reducer and low dispersion Spectrograph (FORS2) instrument attached to their Very Large Telescope.
The Hubble Space Telescope recently captured detailed images of Twin Jet Nebula, which has recently ejected its outer layers, and illuminated them, signifying it is in its final stages of life.