The Hubble Space Telescope, a joint project of NASA and ESA, captured an amazing image of NGC 1365, a remote star formation site. The blue and fiery orange swirls in the constellation cereus show us where the stars have just formed and where the dusty nurseries of the future stars will be. The bright, light blue areas indicate the presence of hundreds of “baby stars” formed by condensation of gas and dust in the outer arms of the galaxy, ESA said in a statement shared by NASA on Friday. < / P > < p > this image is from a collaboration between Hubble and the Atacama large millimeter / submillimeter array (ALMA) telescope in Chile. According to ESA, a joint survey by phangs (high angular resolution physics of nearby galaxies) “is expected to discover and clarify many of the links between cold gas clouds, star formation, and the overall shape and morphology of galaxies”. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities

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