Detects young star clusters surrounded by 3 concentric circles in the universe

A young multi-color star cluster has just been discovered in a space surrounded by an astronomical object extremely different that astronomers extremely shocked.

A young multi-color star cluster has just been discovered in a space surrounded by an astronomical object extremely different that astronomers extremely shocked.

Accordingly, a newly discovered young star cluster in the universe is precisely located near the M33 galaxy, which is a population of dwarfs, silhouettes emitting continuous white, blue, and orange light. However, what is surprising is that this star cluster exists in the world surrounded by three strange giant concentric circles.

According to research information from the Institute of Astrophysics on Canary Island, the results show that these three concentric circles are the remains of a supernova that exploded three times in the universe. Each such ruin ring is a hundred times the mass of the sun including many glowing dust gas clouds, debris, supernova explosives .

Detects young star clusters surrounded by 3 concentric circles in the universe Picture 1
Three concentric circles - the most astronomical astronomical object ever seen in the universe.
Photo source: Gabriel Pérez / SMM (IAC).

In addition, with the high-tech GHaFaS 2D (Galaxy Halpha Fabry-Perot System) 2D space imaging device, experts also found that among these three concentric circles is really different in many things. In particular, the outermost ring has a very large diameter, containing many glowing yellow dust gas clouds, however, it operates very slowly. In contrast, the middle ring and the armor ring have a smaller diameter, less energy, the cloud of air dust is brighter but has a very fast rotation speed. At present, international astronomy is stunned by this unique and unique astronomical phenomenon.

The research has just been published in the monthly report of the Royal Astronomical Society.

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