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NASA's Hubble Telescope Finds Rare Object That Looks Like a Lightsaber in Space Iespējas
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Paging Luke Skywalker The newly launched Hubble Space Telescope view of glowing gas slashes against the darkness of starry space puts me in a Star Wars mood. The European Space Agency describes the object as "A relatively rare celestial phenomenon" in a statement on Monday.What we see in this image is the Herbig–Haro object (named after the astronomers George Herbig and Guillermo Haro) known as HH111.

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This is a star-forming region in the constellation Orion. The gas jet looks like a blue lightsaber cosplay.The Herbig-Haro object has an amazing origin story. “Newly formed stars tend to move rapidly. and in some cases they drive narrow jets. of fast moving ionized gas which is a gas so hot that its molecules and atoms lose electrons. "The ionized gas then collides with the gas and dust cloud surrounding the newly

formed star at hundreds of kilometers per second.NASA was the first agency to tell me how the Herbig–Haro object can look like a lightsaber in space. In 2015, NASA shared Hubble's view of the Herbig-Haro Jet HH24 ahead of the Star Wars launch: The Force Awakens by calling it "Two-edged sword lightsaber" with "Jedi-like cloak"The HH111's spectacular views come from Hubble's Wide Field Camera 3, visible both optically.

The infrared observation capability gives Hubble the ability to see through gas and dust. to see objects like this Hubble, a joint project between NASA and ESA, now takes 31 years to look out into the universe. It went through a lot of technical difficulties. including a fatal computer crash earlier this year.Hubble won't last forever. But it will last for many years. It gives us many more pictures that tempt us to whisper, "May the Force be with you" on the computer screen
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