Cosmic question mark captured by NASA's James Webb Space Telescope (1/1)

2023-08-16 10:28:52 Editor :Li Yan

Bright clouds of gas and dust emanate from the nascent binary star system known as Herbig-Haro 46/47, shown in near-infrared light. While stars condense out of gas in the interstellar medium, their gravity also slingshots much of the material away, regulating the speed of their development. (Photo/VCG)

The James Webb Space Telescope has captured the activity of a pair of forming young stars in high-resolution near-infrared light. These stars, known as Herbig-Haro 46/47, are imaged within the orange-white splotch, buried in a disk of gas and dust.

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