Three faces of a supernova 💥 #shorts
Three different moments in a far-off supernova explosion were captured in a single snapshot by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope. The progenitor star exploded more than 11 billion years ago, when the Universe was less than a fifth of its current age of 13.8 billion years.
📸 @NASA, ESA, STScI, Wenlei Chen (UMN), Patrick Kelly (UMN), Hubble Frontier Fields
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One downside to YouTube shorts is the inability to save them to a playlist. This is a cool fact.
I only see one beautiful face 🤩
Hubble telescope has definitely made us understand the universe better, still a long way to go.
Gotta appreciate all the puzzles but also solutions nature present us with… I mean, what are the chances??? Luckily the universe is so massive, there's bound to be one singular case we can observe