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The James Webb Space Telescope captures a question mark “hidden” in the depths of the universe

The James Webb Space Telescope captures a question mark “hidden” in the depths of the universe

a The famous super telescope international space James Webb captured a picture High accuracy Formation of youth for a pair of stars in deep space.


a Catch Held at the end of July. a Photography reveal an image curious Which ended up leaving astronomers curious With a small “hidden” log A question mark.

a appearance It was discovered after taking a closer look at the image area. Located in part lowest picturethe sign is a practical Two galaxies merge. For some researchersthis is a common thing in our universe.

According to representatives of the STScI Institute, which is directed by James Webb, they said that “it is likely that a distant galaxy or possible interacting galaxies (their interactions may have caused the distorted shape of the question mark)”, experts emphasized the location ” space. With “.




The color of the question mark is one of the clues pointed out by astronomers. The redder part indicates that the object is at a great distance. The object resembles deep space galaxies discovered by the telescope’s famous cameras last year.


“Everything indicates that they are distant galaxies interacting. A pair of galaxies is in the process of merging, which will result in one more massive galaxy,” says astrophysicist Rogimar Revell of the Federal University of Santa Maria to G1.

“The color of the object is similar to that of the other background galaxies seen in the image. This indicates that they are more or less at the same distance and formed at the same time.”


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The European Space Agency (ESA) reports that stars have been found and studied by several telescopes on Earth and in space since the 1950s, so the record is one of the most detailed today.


Known as Herbig-Haro 46/47, the stars are located in the constellation Vela, about 1,470 light-years from planet Earth.


The stars sit in the center of the pinkish-orange rays, in a white and orange core. It is deeply embedded in the disk of gas and dust that fuels its growth and formation.

The researchers’ goal is to use the capabilities of James Webb’s recording to better understand the past and present activities of stars and analyze the nebulae around them. Experts will be able to obtain new details about the formation of stars.

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