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‘It takes’ star, is found in deep space

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The Hubble Space Telescope has spotted a “jerk”like a star, deep in space, which is located in the constellation of Orion.

The space telescope snapped the image of the star, known as NGC 2022, a so-called “red giant” to the stars to expand to a size greater than that of our sun.

“As stars like our sun will grow more advanced in age, they expand and glow red,” Hubble representatives wrote in a statement. “This is the so-called red giants, are starting to shed their outer layers of material into space. More than one-half of that of a star’s mass can be cast in this way, the formation of a shell of surrounding gas. At the same time, the star’s core shrinks and grows hotter, and the emission of ultra-violet light, which causes the gases to glow.”

Even though it seems to be more of an entity, as seen through a microscope, a telescope, this is a round object, called NGC 2022, it is definitely not an algae, or a small blobby jelly-fish. Instead, it is a giant ball of gas in space, thrown off by an aging star. (Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, R., Wade,

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“The star is visible in the globe [center], appears to be due to the greenhouse gases, which was previously held for the majority of the stellar life,” she added.

At the core of NGC 2022 is in the center of the screen, glowing a bright yellow-orange. The level of the gas to pass out of the pink, pink, pink, and violet wavelengths and has been observed by the Hubble telescope.

The star is known as a planetary nebula (the name given to these types of celestial objects by astronomers in the 17th and 18th centuries), in spite of the fact that it has nothing to do with planets. The name is derived from the rounded, planet-like appearance of these objects in early telescopes,” the statement added.

The image was released Aug. 12.

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