This picture also shows the process taking place in the nebula. According to NASA, this nebula tells how the formation of stars destroys the same clouds, which help in making them. Inside these huge clouds of gas and dust present in space, the force of gravity pulls the materials. This helps in the formation of stars. In this picture shared by NASA, there is not one, but two star clusters.
The American Space Agency had recently also explained about the movements happening in the Sun. Recently, NASA told on its Instagram page that on March 30, 2022, there was a very bright glow from the Sun. It was at its peak by noon. This was followed by a moderate stir and recorded. Our Solar Dynamics Observatory captured the movement in the Sun. It constantly observes the Sun and covers the events taking place in it.
In addition, the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Solar Orbiter captured high-resolution images of the Sun during its close flyby. Solar Orbiter has captured the full disk image of the Sun along with its atmosphere and corona. On March 7, this orbiter was just 75 million kilometers from the Sun. It is half the distance of the Sun from the Earth. Solar Orbiter, using its Extreme Ultraviolet Imager (EUI), captured 25 images with an exposure of about 10 minutes. Scientists combined all the pictures into a mosaic to make the full image. There are more than 83 million pixels in the final image. You can understand it in such a way that its resolution is 10 times better than 4K TV screen.
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