Perfectly attuned to Halloween, NASA features a remarkable image of a & # 39; ghost fog & # 39; captured by the Hubble Space Telescope.
"The Spirit of Cassiopeia" is located 550 yards away in the constellation Cassiopeia, the Queen, Explains NASA in a statement: The constellation is named after the futile Cassiopeia of Greek mythology, and its "W" shape is said to be the Resemble queen on her throne.
A light year measuring distance in space equals $ 6 trillion miles.
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ZOOM "" The ethereal glow of the mist could remind people of apparitions as reported by paranormal investigators, "NASA said in the statement "In reality, hydrogen is simply bombarded with ultraviolet radiation from the nearby giant blue giant Gamma Cassiopeiae."
The unbelievable picture shows how hydrogen glows in red light, while the blue color is reflected by the nebula's fog, according to the space agency. The star Gamma Cassiopeiae unleashes the energy of 34,000 suns.
Officially known as IC 63, the fog was photographed by Hubble in August 2016.
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"The constellation Cassiopeia is visible from mid-northern and higher latitudes every clear night. Its characteristic "W" asterism, which forms the queen's throne, is best seen on fall and winter evenings, NASA said in its statement. "Gamma Cassiopeiae, the middle star in the west, is visible to the naked eye, but to see IC 63 requires a large telescope."
An asterism is a characteristic set of stars.
The Hubble Space Telescope recently returned to normal after having problems with its gyroscope. NASA is working with the European Space Telescope Organization, managed by NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.
"MIND-BOGGLING" MONSTER BLACK HOLE AT MILKY WAY CENTER FOR SCIENCES  The Ghost Nebula is not the only "scary" object in the universe. An asteroid that resembles a human skull in certain lighting conditions will fly past Earth shortly after Halloween.
The space rock known as the Asteroid 2015 TB145 is a so-called "dead comet" that has lost most of its ice and gases. The asteroid flew past Earth for the first time on Halloween 2015 and called on NASA to call it "The Great Pumpkin."
In 2015, the asteroid flew past Earth just 300,000 kilometers away, Space.com reports. By comparison, the average distance between the Earth and the Moon is 238.855 miles.
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First discovered by University of Hawaii on October 10, 2015 According to Pan-STARRS-1 (Panoramic Survey Telescope and Rapid Response System), " Halloween asteroid "will make a new flyby in November, researchers say. However, this time it will not be that close to our planet by far.
Asteroid 2015 TB145 will pass at 105x average lunar range, SINC reports, citing a research study published last year.
Fox Zoe Szathmary contributed to this article. Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers