NASA shares beautiful picture of cosmic 'vacation wreath'


The holidays are getting festive in house too.

As Christmas timber and seasonal lights glimmer right here on Earth, NASA launched an image of the glowing star RS Puppis on the middle of a magical swirl of reflective mud clouds. The ethereal picture, snapped by the Hubble Space Telescope, appears to be like sort of like a vacation wreath fabricated from glittering lights. The sort of wreath you’ll be able to’t purchase at Walmart.

NASA shares beautiful picture of cosmic 'vacation wreath'

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RS Puppis, which belongs to a category of so-called Cepheid variable stars, brightens and dims over a six-week cycle. The star is positioned about 6,500 light-years away and measures 10 instances bigger than the solar, NASA says, with a mean intrinsic brightness 15,00zero instances larger.

And clearly a vacation spirit to match. 

Hubble is the present that by no means stops giving. Among a string of hanging pictures, it lately delivered one in all what seemed to be a grinning face in house, giving house watchers one other factor to smile about in a yr of astronomy milestones


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