Mayıs 21, 2024

RED ROSE IN THE SKY: SNR 0519

In deep space, thin and graceful filaments shining against a star-filled background reveal the remnant of a supernova called SNR 0519. This Hubble Classic image gives us a mesmerising glimpse of the aftermath of a supernova. The star that played a role in the formation of SNR 0519 was a white dwarf at the time of its explosion - a Sun-like star in the final stages of its life.

RED ROSE IN THE SKY: SNR 0519

This impressive structure is located in the constellation Dorado, about 150,000 light years from us. This image, taken 15 years ago by the Hubble Space Telescope's Advanced Camera for Surveys, was repaired by astronauts during Hubble's last servicing mission.

In the details of the image, we can see intricate red filaments forming a spherical shape that shimmers against a star-filled space background. This marvellous image invites us on a journey of discovery of natural phenomena and cosmic beauty in the depths of the universe.

RED ROSE IN THE SKY: SNR 0519

It looks like a red rose, doesn't it?

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