Cosmic Wonders Unveiled
Stunning Composite Images from Chandra and Webb Telescopes
Mesmerizing composite Images from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and James Webb Space Telescope showcase hidden celestial beauty.
NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and James Webb Space Telescope, revealing Mesmerizing Cosmic Wonders.
These composite images Combine Chandra's X-rays and Webb's Infrared Data, which are both invisible to the Naked Eye, providing a Unique Perspective of the Cosmos.
The Images Feature two Galaxies, a Nebula, and a star cluster, offering a diverse range of Celestial Phenomena captured by different telescopes.
NGC 346, located in the Small Magellanic Cloud, is a Star Cluster depicted by the Webb Telescope. It shows Plumes and Arcs of Gas and Dust used for the formation of stars and planets.
The purple cloud seen with Chandra in NGC 346 is the remnants of a massive star's supernova explosion. Chandra data also reveals young, hot stars with powerful winds emanating from their surfaces.
NGC 1672, another cosmic wonder, is a Spiral Galaxy classified as a "barred" spiral. It exhibits compact objects like neutron stars or black holes, as well as relics of exploding stars.
"Pillars of Creation" The Webb image highlights black columns of gas and dust surrounding newborn stars, while Chandra's sources represent young stars emitting X-rays.
Messier 74 is a spiral galaxy resembling our Milky Way. Webb's infrared data reveals gas and dust, while Chandra's X-ray data capture high-energy activity from stars.
The composite images combine data from various telescopes, including Hubble, Spitzer, XMM-Newton (X-ray), and the European Southern Observatory's New Technology Telescope
The data from these telescopes are mapped to human-perceivable colors, allowing us to Appreciate the Cosmic Beauty.
Stunning Composite Images
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