The agency shares a unique and very rare image of the world beneath the ocean, but it was taken from deep space millions of light years away.
According to NASA’s attachment to the image, “cosmic corals” are found, which have two different nebulae, but each has its own beauty.
The first nebula is said to form coral blocks in orange or red, and the second nebula rises in blue to create spectacular views of the seabed’s seabed, which astronomers call “cosmic corals.”
According to a NASA report, the bright core of the Orange Nebula (NGC 2014) is a group of massive bright stars, each 10 to 20 times larger than our Sun. In contrast, the solitary blue nebula in the upper right (NGC 2020) was created by a single giant star about 200,000 times brighter than our Sun.
Behind the cosmic coral system, there is a dark, gloomy expanse adorned with twinkling stars within a mighty magelanic cloud.
The Big Magellanic Cloud forms a large mass of the Milky Way galaxy and contains a large number of stars, according to the “Gadgets” website.
This large structure, or so-called “cosmic coral”, spans an area of about 600 light-years, and is about 160,000 light-years from Earth.
The image was taken by the Hubble Space Telescope, and was released to celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of its launch, and in April 2020 the scene was observed in space.
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