Opublikowano detailed photos of the dark nebula of the Wolf

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The most detailed image of the nebula, Lupus 3

The nebula is a huge gas and dust in interstellar space. A dark nebula so dense that they absorb visible light, which is distributed inside them.

Scientists have published the most detailed image of the cloud Lupus 3, which is 600 light years from Earth. The have vylozhili on the website of the European southern Observatory.

The nebula is a huge gas and dust in interstellar space. Most nebulae are illuminated by intense radiation produced in clouds of hot stars.

However, Lupus 3 is a dark nebula, in which hot stars are born from condensing masses of gas and dust.

These nebulae are so dense that they absorb visible light, which is distributed inside them.

3 Lupus nebula is in the constellation of Scorpio and is part of a larger complex of Clouds Wolf.

New detailed images, astronomers have been using the VLT survey telescope Survey and 2.2-meter telescope MPG/ESO Observatory La Silla in Chile.

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In the center of the image there are two young blue stars. In the earlier stages of the existence of a large part of their radiation was delayed by a dense dust inside the parent nebula, therefore the heavenly bodies were only visible to telescopes operating at radio and infrared bands.

As soon as the stars become hotter and brighter their intense radiation and strong stellar winds have cleared away the surrounding space from gas and dust, and now they have become visible and in the visible range.

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