Hi, babal lovers, James Webb Telescope has captured some amazing images of the universe which shows newly forming stars far from us.
In this update, we will see those images that astronomers found recently.
Astronomers have discovered a cluster of galaxies merging around a rare red quasar. It is a “monster” supermassive black hole that is greedily feeding on gas and different material.
The pillars are an arrangement of newly-forming stars 6,500 light-years away in the Eagle Nebula. These images show the Pillars of Creation captured by Nasa’s Hubble Space Telescope.
According to Nasa, highly defined images will help astronomers recognize more stars and count more specifically the quantities of gas and dust
An international crew of scientists was working to find this surprising discovery using James Webb Space Telescope.
According to the researchers, the discovery represents an opportunity to watch how early galaxies merged forming the universe as we see it today.
The blindingly bright quasar and incredibly red quasar, known as SDSS J165202.64+172852.3, is almost 11.5 billion years old. And it is one of the most powerful ever seen from a such massive distance away.
Astrophysicist and research co-author, Andrey Vayner says that there is something dramatic is about to happen in these systems. The galaxy is amazingly transforming its lifestyle to look entirely distinct in a few billion years.”