The James Webb Space Telescope captures the Tarantula Nebula #shorts
Thousands of never-before-seen young stars are spotted in a stellar nursery called 30 Doradus, captured by the @NASA/ESA/@Canadian Space Agency James Webb Space Telescope. Nicknamed the Tarantula Nebula for the appearance of its dusty filaments in previous telescope images, the nebula has long been a favourite for astronomers studying star formation. In addition to young stars, Webb reveals distant background galaxies, as well as the detailed structure and composition of the nebula’s gas and dust.
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Could yall (if not before) zoom in on an exo-planet.
De tão admirável e fabulosa …a condição não condiz com o desenho e nome!! Imagens incríveis …as estrelas brilham e como ocorrerao os processos internos destas estrelas brilhantes?!