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Sunday, July 9, 2017

Hubble Hidden Galaxy

Hidden Galaxy Image captured by Hubble Space Telescope
     IC 342 Cluster is a hidden galaxy because it is difficult to see and image. This star cluster or galaxy is located near the equator of our Milkyway galaxy. This cluster has bright glowing gases, brightest stars and dust around it.The galaxy was very much active which wass indicated by colours of stars. Blue colour of stars shows the birth of new stars,red coloured stars shows the hotter stars and some darker regions. In the above image it looks like the brightest galaxy is covered with dark blanket around galaxy. Hubble Astronomers confirmed this core to has specific central region known as Hll nucleus. It mostly consists of ionized hydrogen which is likely to be creating many new stars.


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