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Hubble’s view of N90 star-forming region January 9, 2007

Posted by jtintle in Deep Space, Space Fotos.
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NASA, ESA and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration

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This Hubble image image depicts bright blue newly formed stars that are blowing a cavity in the centre of a fascinating star-forming region known as N90.

The high energy radiation blazing out from the hot young stars in N90 is eroding the outer portions of the nebula from the inside, as the diffuse outer reaches of the nebula prevent the energetic outflows from streaming away from the cluster directly. Because N90 is located far from the central body of the Small Magellanic Cloud, numerous background galaxies in this picture can be seen, delivering a grand backdrop for the stellar newcomers. The dust in the region gives these distant galaxies a reddish-brown tint.

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Comments

1. rajmohan - January 12, 2007

are they souls birthing

2. Shawnda - January 17, 2007

This looks creeky, and I think I see a face. As a matter of fact I am sure that I see a face. Exactly what are they looking for in space for real, I am a realist but damn. They sure spend lots of money to get the heck up there, what do they know that I don’t.

3. Bryan - January 17, 2007

To put it most simply…they’re looking for understanding of the universe.

You can’t place a price on knowledge

4. moksah - January 18, 2007

yes rajmohan – that’s what I felt too

we must have that taste of sky in our mouths when we are born

5. pilgrim - February 8, 2008

we see dimly know when we meet Him, He will show us all

6. Ramana - February 13, 2008

A baby’s face — fetus — immediately, clearly and shockingly appeared as I scrolled through these photos on AOL


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