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New image from Hubble telescope shows cosmic 'keyhole' |  Science and Technology |  The latest discoveries and studies from DW Arabic |  DW

New image from Hubble telescope shows cosmic ‘keyhole’ | Science and Technology | The latest discoveries and studies from DW Arabic | DW

The Hubble Space Telescope has provided an image of the so-called “reflection nebula”, which is about 1,350 light-years from Earth in the constellation Orion. Reflective nebulae can only be seen when illuminated from the inside, according to the European Space Agency’s blog about the image, in which case the star born provides this light.

The star, known as (V380 Orionis), acts as a lamp in a room filled with smoke, illuminating the clouds of gas and dust wrapped around it, which are the remaining materials from the formation of the star. In the center of the image is an inky black area that looks like a keyhole in a dark room.

According to the European Space Agency (ESA), when the Hubble telescope first captured this image in 1999, it was not clear whether the apparent keyhole was an actual hole through the nebula’s material, or a mass of particularly cold gas and dust.

Subsequent observations by the European Space Agency’s Herschel Space Observatory, a space telescope with more powerful optics than Hubble, confirmed that the keyhole is in fact a hole that provides a view of space on the other side of the nebula.

According to the European Space Agency, scientists have not yet understood the origin of the “keyhole” void in the nebula.

Although the new James Webb Space Telescope continues to amaze scientists and the public with new space images made possible by record-breaking powerful optics, the Hubble Telescope and other space observatories continue their missions, providing scientifically important and sometimes beautiful views of space.

Rather than replacing older space telescopes, the James Webb Telescope often works in tandem with them. Collaboration either provides alternative views of cosmic phenomena or allows scientists to create composite images to create a more complete picture of distant objects. According to what was published by the website (Sitcadilly).

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