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Question Mark shaped object in space image clicked by JWST what is this Know

Question Mark shaped object in space image clicked by JWST what is this Know
Written by Manoj Kadam
Question Mark shaped object in space image clicked by JWST what is this Know

Question Mark shaped object in space image clicked by JWST what is this Know

There are stars, planets, asteroids, comets, satellites, gases, what else could be there in space? The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) of the American space agency NASA has seen something else in space. In the picture he has taken, a question mark is visible glowing. This suggests that there is something different in the universe, but what it is, scientists have not clearly understood.

Nasa had recently shared a picture on social media. In the same picture, this question mark is seen on the backdrop of stars and galaxies. This picture was revealed on June 26. It is being said that the thing that looks like a question mark is located in the Herbig-Haro 46-47 stellar cluster, which is located 1470 light years away from the Earth. Many stars have been constructed at this place.

However, scientists have not been able to understand the object visible in the form of a question mark. Scientists have been led to speculate that the question mark shape may be a group of galaxies. Or it could be a single galaxy, whose shape is like a question mark. At the same time, a group of researchers feel that it could be a distant galaxy or something formed due to intergalactic interactions.

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Researchers also say that the red color of this object indicates that it is very far from us. This may also be the first time that humans have seen such a thing. Researchers think they will have to wait for more data from the James Webb Telescope to understand the question mark with accuracy.


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