The Crab Nebula as never seen before -Hubble Telescope

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This new NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope image reveals the beating heart of one of the most visually appealing, and most studied, supernova remnants known — the Crab Nebula. At the centre of this nebula the spinning core of a deceased star breathes life into the gas that surrounds it.

The Crab Nebula, which lies 6500 light-years away in the constellation of Taurus (The Bull), is the result of a supernova — a colossal explosion that was the dying act of a massive star. During this explosion most of the material that made up the star was blown into space at immense speeds, forming an expanding cloud of gas known as a supernova remnant.

This extraordinary view of the nebula is one that has never been seen before. Unlike many popular images of this well-known object, which highlight the spectacular filaments in the outer regions, this image shows just the inner part of the nebula and combines three separate high-resolution images — each represented in a different colour — taken around ten years apart.

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Change Your Name Please says:

How… sometimes i wonder how we see these things

smitty B says:

I was hoping to see the pulsar in the center of this nebula !

Gavin Killigrew says:

I said plasma wants to dance

Constance Coriell says:

Love Hubble. These images are indescribable.

Green-eyed says:

The colors obtained by using IR reminiscent sunset…

dimdim 071 says:

Space lens?Black hole?

Klelton Strada says:

maravilhas de Deus.

eam khetworakarn says:


neutral vertigo says:

absolutely stunning

Paulo Saldanha says:

Spectacular !!!!!

Valken says:

That diffuse blue region is predominantly produced by synchrotron radiation, which is radiation given off by the curving motion of electrons in a magnetic field. The radiation corresponded to electrons moving at speeds up to half the speed of light. In the 1960s it was found that the source of the curved paths of the electrons was the strong magnetic field produced by a neutron star at the centre of the nebula. Pretty to see from a distance, but anything coming close would be ripped apart.

Casper Ghost says:

There is a black hole in there somewhere. The light is bending

Randar Kroon says:

In the universe have milions of stars and they find hole to make this picture.
How this possible? To you realy belive this?

Ghost L says:

James Webb!!!!

Araceli Ramirez says:

nuestro universo es hermoso 😎

Idk says:

Those people always give this video a dum down must be stupid and doesn't like to learn, prob poor or a no life.


это реально ?


is it real ?

Cristian Jurca says:

so beautiful so nice

lameche daoud says:

سبحان الله وبحمده

Cryptic 90 says:

soo beautiful!!!

ThisIsWEB says:

That beginning zoom is
well… ( ∙_∙)>⌐■-■

(⌐■_■) Otherworldly.

voldemort 03 says:

Beautiful 👌

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