The giant bats shadow NASA in the nebula: it is 200 times larger than the solar system.

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 The giant bats shadow NASA in the nebula: it is 200 times larger than the solar system.


The Hubble Space Telescope captured the Serpens Nebula, which is 1300 light-years away from Earth. The shadow in the nebula is like a bat. (photo source: NASA)

NASA said that this image is only a small part of the Serpentine Nebula, which is surrounded by hundreds of young stars and surrounded by dense protoplanetary disks. When the light of young stars touches the nearby disk, they will show huge shadows, which are very common, but the telescope once captured shadow and nebula. The situation is very rare. Astronomer Pontotedan of the Institute of Space Telescope Sciences said that if the disk looks a little bloated, it may be filled with gas. Now HBC672 is like a solar system only one to two million years old, and the solar system shines a similar shadow when it is just formed. This Bat Shadow Photo will help astronomers study the composition of the disk and further understand the formation and evolution of the solar system in the universe. Astronomers can study the size and composition of the disk through color changes that are different from the overall outline, although the shadow of the disk is mostly opaque. Source: China News Net editor: Shi Jianlei _NBJ11331

NASA said that this image is only a small part of the Serpentine Nebula, which is surrounded by hundreds of young stars and surrounded by dense protoplanetary disks. When the light of young stars touches the nearby disk, they will show huge shadows, which are very common, but the telescope once captured shadow and nebula. The situation is very rare.

Astronomer Pontotedan of the Institute of Space Telescope Sciences said that if the disk looks a little bloated, it may be filled with gas. Now HBC672 is like a solar system only one to two million years old, and the solar system shines a similar shadow when it is just formed.

This Bat Shadow Photo will help astronomers study the composition of the disk and further understand the formation and evolution of the solar system in the universe. Astronomers can study the size and composition of the disk through color changes that are different from the overall outline, although the shadow of the disk is mostly opaque.