Washington, May 24 (QNA) - The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced that the Hubble Space Telescope discovered a dense spherical cluster of stars 26,000 light years away from Earth.
NASA noted that the telescope observed a dense spherical cluster of what is called the "NGC 6325 stars" in the constellation 'Eve', usually containing thousands and even millions of stars.
Such clusters exist in all kinds of galaxies, allowing astronomers to study theories of stellar evolution, where spherical clusters form at about the same time and in the same structure.
This spherical form is particularly important for specialists because, theoretically, it can hide a black hole with medium mass inside it, which impacts imperceptibly on the movement of the surrounding stars. (QNA)
24 May 2023
Hubble Telescope Discovers Dense Star Cluster
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