The Hubble Space Telescope of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) gives astronomers a rare sight of Jupiter-sized, still-forming planets. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) shared an image of an exoplanet-a planet outside the solar system on the Hubble Telescope’s official social media page. The exoplanet is called PDS 70b, and it feeds on the material around the young star. NASA said on social media that it has been five million years (“the planet is quite young”) to reach its current scale.

The image shows a red hot planet with electric sparks emitting from it, and its other end is connected to a halo surrounding it, as if the planet used it as a tube for sucking from the outside. NASA added in the post: “These Hubble telescope observations help us understand how the gas giant planets around the sun formed 4.6 billion years ago.”

NASA explained that PDS 70b shows how it accumulates mass from the material that fell into its huge world. This system-the beginning of the exoplanet and the infant it is nurturing-is 370 light-years from the Earth in the constellation Centaurus. NASA said in a blog post that these observations will provide insight into the giant planets that formed around the sun 4.6 billion years ago. Jupiter may have accumulated on the falling disk of matter around it. NASA said in a blog post that its main satellite will also be formed from the remnants of the disk.

NASA said that so far, more than 4,000 exoplanets have been recorded, but the telescope has only directly imaged about 15 exoplanets. These planets are so far away and so small that they just appear as dots in the best photos. However, scientists say they hope that Hubble’s new technology can open up a whole new field of research.

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“This planetary system provides us with the first opportunity to witness material falling on the planet. A NASA report quoted Brendan Bowler of the University of Texas at Austin as saying.

The Hubble Telescope is a joint project of NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA).


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