James Webb Telescope of NASA Captures Stunning Image of Most Distant Star
According to NASA, Earendel, located in the Sunrise Arc Galaxy, was only discovered thanks to the combined force of technology and nature through an effect called gravitational lensing. The James Webb telescope has also been able to see other details in Earendel's host galaxy Sunrise Arc. It is the largest galaxy identified in the first billion years of the universe. It contains both new and old star forming regions.
Due to its greater sensitivity, the James Webb Telescope has also identified other stars located at great distances. However, these stars are not as far apart as Earendel. Astronomers believe that it may be possible to detect the earliest generation of stars in the universe. Recently NASA has shared a spectacular image of the “Necklace Nebula”. It is made of stars like the Sun. Its distance from Earth is about 15,000 light years. It is also called PN G054.203.4.
While sharing this image on its Instagram handle, NASA wrote in the caption, “Weaved from the stardust of the nebula: a cosmic necklace.” Regarding this, NASA has told that about 10,000 years ago, a star had become so big that it merged with its neighboring star. The rotation of these pairs of stars together has created a nebula that produces bright gas light that looks like diamonds in a necklace. After posting this image, it had received millions of likes. Many Instagram users had expressed surprise about this.
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