CM – « Time to Look into the Universe »: NASA’s breathtaking image of the galaxy cluster


The US space agency NASA gave a breathtaking glimpse into a cluster of galaxies when they released an image from their Hubble telescope. The image shows the ACO S 295 cluster of galaxies, which is 3.5 billion light years from Earth.

« It’s time to look into the universe … This @NASAHubble image is teeming with galaxies that are an abundance of new ones Host worlds! « Wrote NASA in a tweet.

In a statement, the US space agency went further on galaxy clusters: » This packed image, captured by NASA / ESA’s Hubble space telescope, shows the galaxy cluster ACO S 295 as well as a jostling amount of background galaxies and foreground stars. Galaxies of all shapes and sizes populate this image, from stately spirals to fuzzy ellipses. This galactic menagerie offers a range of orientations and sizes, with spiral galaxies like the one in the center of this picture almost from the front and some edge surfaces spiral galaxies only appear as thin light splinters. « 

???? It’s time to look out into the universe … This @NASAHubble image is teeming with galaxies that are home to an abundance of new worlds! Let your mind wander … and learn more about this galaxy cluster:

When a Twitter user, @ BarbG48583938, responded to the photo, he said, « I get chills looking at pictures like these. How insignificant are we?

Another user said the image was « incredible » and there was no doubt that the universe was infinite.

How many civilizations or galactic empires, if any, are in this shot? To be honest, it’s all just one bit mind-boggling

being born means receiving the entire universe as a gift. Too bad humanity is wasting its finite and insignificant time blaming itself for existence

When I was born, learning we know planets, galaxies, nebulae etc, but I never thought I could actually see them. Thank you NASA.

Space is big. Very big. You just won’t believe how incredible big it is. I mean, you think a lot Well, it’s a long way to be a chemist, but these are just peanuts into space.

The galaxy cluster dominates « the center of this image, both visually and physically, » the US space agency said in its note.

« The huge mass of the cluster has made the light from background galaxies lens-shaped by gravity, distorting and smearing their shapes. In addition to providing astronomers with a natural magnifying glass to examine distant galaxies, the gravitational lens has subtly framed the center of this image and creates a visually striking scene, « read the statement.

The Hubble Space Telescope, a large space-based space telescope Observatory, launched and used by Space Shuttle Discovery in 1990. It has revolutionized astronomy ever since. Scientists have used Hubble to observe some of the most distant stars and galaxies, as well as the planets in the solar system.

For the past 30 years of operation its capabilities have grown after new state-of-the-art scientific instruments were added to the telescope during five astronaut maintenance missions that significantly extended the life of the telescope.

The telescope has made over 1.4 million observations in its lifetime, the agency says on their website, adding that over 18,000 vo n peer-reviewed scientific articles of his discoveries have been published.

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