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5 stunning images from NASA's Hubble Telescope that will blow your mind Common

5 stunning images from NASA's Hubble Telescope that will blow your mind  Common

Images of distant galaxies, nebulae and other cosmic objects captured by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope often leave people awestruck. Besides inspiring a sense of wonder, these images also serve to educate people about the world beyond our home planet. NASA often takes to social media to share these amazing images.

“We've set our sights on the nebula NGC 6751!” NASA wrote and shared this image taken by the Hubble Space Telescope. (Instagram/@nasahubble)

We've rounded up five Instagram posts showcasing stunning images captured by NASA's Hubble Telescope. The photos will likely leave you awestruck.

1. Carina Nebula

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“A colorful scene of gas and dust covers the image. A roughly spherical area of ​​brown, orange, and reddish dust takes up most of the foreground of the image, with blue gas behind it and a small, dark knot of dust near the upper left. The massive Carina Nebula.

2. The Glowing Eye Nebula NGC 6751

While sharing this image, the space agency published that the bright white star in the center of the image, surrounded by a ring of glowing material, makes it resemble an eye.

3. Arp 295

In an Instagram post, NASA shared about Arp 295. The space agency wrote that the gas stretched between two galaxies is caused by their gravity.

4. Hubble Nebula-V

“Using Hubble's high resolution and ultraviolet sensitivity, a dense knot of dozens of very hot stars has been discovered located in the Hubble-V Nebula, each glowing 100,000 times brighter than our Sun!” NASA wrote and shared a photo that will leave you awestruck.

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5. The Twin Jet Nebula

“Captured by a Hubble-mounted camera 30 years ago, this nebula stuns in this #HubbleClassic image! Also known as M2-9, this nebula is located 2,100 light-years away and was created by a dying star.

About NASA's Hubble Space Telescope:

The Hubble Space Telescope was launched into orbit in 1990. Since then, it has been exploring the universe “24 hours a day, 7 days a week.” Through this joint project between ESA and NASA, scientists have made some “exciting discoveries” that have helped them understand more about the world beyond our blue planet.

Which of these pictures did you like the most? Did they all leave you dazed?

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