Hoor Asrar describes some fantastic pictures
The Incredible images & fascinating eye of the camera could be mind-boggling and when employed to gauge the details of natural phenomena it assumes a classic dimension. Natural phenomena are surprisingly different and often awe-inspiring creating tremendous sensation once captured by camera. Ranging from black hole jets to highly intricate galaxies, there exists a massive archive of visual treasures that are extremely fascinating. The pictures presented here are specific in their details and captivate human imagination.
The camera captured gorgeous Incredible images of the International Space Station as it flew across the spotless sun. The ISS orbits the Earth every 90 minutes or so, and one can spot the huge ship at night as a white dot cruising through the sky. But snagging such an image during the daytime took some technical know-how.
Cosmic baby picture
A baby picture of the Milky Way showed off Earth’s humble origins before the cosmic monster cannibalised another, smaller galaxy about 10 billion years ago. Researchers identified two flavours of stars in the Milky Way: a red group of stars containing a higher concentration of metals and a blue group that was not metal rich and once belonged to that smaller, cannibalised galaxy called Gaia-Enceladus.
A few million years ago, a cloud of matter and electromagnetic energy erupted near our galaxy’s central black hole. The resulting speedy electrons then tore into clumps of dust and gas nearby, causing them to balloon … and balloon. These Incredible images gigantic bubbles of invisible energy are still there today, each one towering some 25,000 light-years high, about a quarter of the width of the Milky Way itself. Though astronomers are not sure how and when this galactic bubble-blowing blast occurred, it was reported some fresh clues after looking at the huge bubbles in the radio part of the spectrum.
The Hubble Space Telescope captured these Incredible images of RS Puppis, one of the brightest Cepheid stars visible in galaxy. The star lies some 6,000 light-years away in the Puppis constellation. In addition to being beautiful, stars like this one are vital to solving a long-standing astrophysical mystery: How fast is the universe expanding? Different methods, it seems, are spitting out different answers to that question. This points out to an understanding as to how the universe has evolved, how the expansion has evolved and what space-time has been doing all this time.
Cosmic ghost face
The Incredible images show creepy starlit eyes peer out from two distant galaxies mid-collision. The galaxies are surrounded by a mishmash of stars from their galactic disks. NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope caught the action in a new image released at the end of October 2019. This is a good omen as the ring structure outlining the ghost face will stay around for only about 100 million years; the galactic merger is expected to take about 1 billion to 2 billion years.
In this eerie image, NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover sits in the Marias Pass, a low valley in Gale Crater. For the past three Martian years, the rover has been breathing in the air above the crater and analyzing that air using the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM), a portable chemistry lab of sorts. The analysis revealed the oxygen levels there fluctuate dramatically as the seasons change, something that cannot be explained by any known chemistry. TW