NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has recently captured an impressive image reminiscent of a holiday wreath in the cosmos.
The beautiful picture looks like a "holiday wreath of sparkling lights", according to a NASA statement.
The picture shows the star RS Puppis in the middle, surrounded by what the space agency calls a "sheer cocoon of reflective dust" lit by the sparkling star.
According to the Space Agency, this star is 200 times larger than the Sun.
RS Puppis brightens and darkens over a six-week cycle and is one of the brightest stars in the class of so-called Cepheid variables stars, explains the Space Telescope Science Institute. It has an average intrinsic brightness 1
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a phenomenon known as "light-echo". Although light travels fast enough through space to span the gap between earth and moon in just over a second, the fog is so large that the reflected light can actually be photographed by traversing the fog, "NASA said in a statement.
Of course, this is not the first time that NASA has inspired us with images from outer space.
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Images captured during NASA's Juno mission mesmerized the Internet, and space enthusiasts saw a plethora of "creatures" in the colorful clouds of Jupiter.
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