Hubble's wide-brimmed hat galaxy
Thai Rath Edition
17 May 2022 12:01
Hubble Space Telescope
Tools of the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration
And the European Space Agency (ESA) has given astronomers the opportunity to see galaxies or galaxies of all shapes and sizes.
and from almost every amazing angle
Hubble's latest homework is a stunning oblique galaxy view of the spiral-shaped galaxy NGC 7814, also known as Caldwell 43, a Mex sombrero. The Sigan (Sombrero galaxy) by NGC 7814, referred to as Little Sombrero, has a bright central bulge.
The plate of dust, some gas.
A halo of gas and shining stars extends into space.
Located about 40 million light years from Earth, this galaxy is billions of years old.
The image of Little Sombrero combines visible and infrared observations made by the Advanced Camera for Sur veys-ACS on the Hubble Space Telescope.
Observed in 2006, this observation was made to help astronomers study the galaxy's stellar population.
and to help clarify the evolution of such galaxies.
Credit : NASA, ESA, and R. de Jong (Leibniz-Institut fur Astrophysik Potsdam); Image processing: G. Kober (NASA Goddard/Catholic University of America)
Credit : NASA, ESA, and R. de Jong (Leibniz-Institut fur Astrophysik Potsdam);
Image processing: G. Kober (NASA Goddard/Catholic University of America)