Our universe is so vast that every moment something amazing happens. One such scene is captured on camera by an observatory in Europe.
Fireworks on Orion, a cluster of stars about 1,500 light-years from Earth, also known as the Flame Nebula in scientific parlance, were the largest telescope on Earth at the European Southern Observatory (ESO). Has recorded.
The fireworks took place inside Orion with new stars forming in the middle of it. New Year’s Eve images are part of Apex’s Large CO Heterodyne Orion Legacy Survey project that monitors radio waves emitted from carbon monoxide in Orion clouds.
The Orion Nebula, also known as the M42, is 1,500 light-years from Earth and can be seen without a telescope.
It is the closest region to the formation of large stars closest to Earth and is 2,000 times larger in mass than the Sun. From the Orion Nebula itself, scientists have learned how stars are formed by the collision of clouds with gas and particles.