According to CNET, although people are amazed by the early results of the James-Weber Space Telescope, the Hubble Space Telescope continues to capture the amazing cosmic images. For example, Hubble provides a view of Huning Hip HH HH 505 areas. This is a image full of color and curves, like a beautiful abstract watercolor painting. The European Air Bureau described it as "celestial cloud view".
This is a complete image. Hubble overlooks the hunter's nebulo and saw the gorgeous gas and dust "baptism" around HH 505 around HH 505.
In a statement on Friday on Friday, the European Air Bureau said: "The Hebig Harrow Sky is a glowing area around the new star. Formed when a high -speed collision. "
The appearance of HH505 is attributed to a star called IX Ori, which is far from the hunter nebula of about 1,000 light years from us. The outflow of this star is displayed as a curved structure at the top and bottom of the full graph.
Hubble's observation of the hunter star (an active star formation area) highlights the work of young stars and how they affect their space neighborhood. The telescope is a joint project of NASA and the European Air Administration.
If you like this photo of HH505, then you must watch the visual videos of NASA's 2018 US Astronum Agency. It uses the combined observation of Hubble and Spiezerzer Space Telescope to allow you to "fly in" Nebula.
Although Weber is a shiny new thing, it is not to replace Hubble, and Hubble has obviously served for more than 30 years. These two telescopes have different expertise, which will help people's understanding of the universe to deepen. (CNBETA)