Red dual opposing jets coming from young stars fill the darker top half of the image. At bottom center is a glowing pale yellow, cave-like structure, its top tilted toward two o’clock, with a bright star at its center. The dust of the cave structure becomes wispy toward eight o’clock. Above the arched top of the dust cave, 3 groupings of stars with diffraction spikes are arranged. A dark cloud sits at the top of the arch of the glowing dust cave, with one streamer curling down the right-hand side. The dark shadow of the cloud appears pinched in the center, with light emerging in a triangle shape above and below the pinch, revealing the presence of a star inside the cloud. The largest jets of red material emanate from within this dark cloud, thick and displaying structure like the rough face of a cliff, glowing brighter at the edges. At top center, a star displays another, larger pinched dark shadow, this time vertically. To the left of this star is a more wispy, indistinct region.

James Webb Telescope and the images it has taken l Video

Here is the James Webb Telescope orbiting the Sun about 1 million miles from Earth and some of the iconic images it has taken in this Video.

Shadow of the largest moon Ganymede over Jupiter

Ganymede Casts a Shadow on Jupiter

Ganymede Casts a Shadow on Jupiter captured by the Juno spacecraft on Feb 22, 2022.

This image features the spectacular galaxy NGC 4254, also known as Messier 99. It’s an example of a grand design spiral galaxy, featuring strong, prominent, well-defined arms that wrap clearly around the galaxy’s centre.

A Hypnotic Grand Design Galaxy

Observe this image of NGC 4254, also known as Messier 99, A Hypnotic Grand Design Galaxy recently shared by European Southern Observatory (ESO).

Collage of First Ever Images of Mars

First Ever Images of Mars

These are the first ever images of Mars. The first one was captured by Mariner 4, which after an eight-month voyage to Mars, made the first flyby of the red planet, becoming the first spacecraft to ta...

First Ever Image of Exoplanets around a sunlike star. Credit: ESO/Bohn et al.

First Time Ever! Two Planets Around a Sun-like Star Photographed

For the first time ever astronomers have photographed the first ever image of a young, Sun-like star accompanied by two giant exoplanets.

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