The Hubble Space Telescope of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has captured stunning images of galaxy clusters. NASA shared this image on its Instagram page, which aroused great excitement among astronomers and gazelles. This cluster of galaxies, named Abell 3827, is located in the constellation of the Indus Henan Hemisphere nearly 1.3 billion light-years away. It is so large that its gravitational force bends light like a giant lens. NASA said the image was “worth hundreds of galaxies” and was taken using two cameras.

NASA said that Hubble has observed galaxy clusters while studying dark matter. This is one of the biggest puzzles for cosmologists. It provides astronomers with a wealth of information and exciting possibilities.

“Less than 100 years ago, many astronomers believed that the Milky Way is the only galaxy in the universe. Now, we can capture images of hundreds of galaxy clusters. Using two cameras set to different specifications.” NASA said.

Several Instagram users were surprised by the pictures and shared their excitement in the comments section.

User angellaimani commented: “Very mysterious and beautiful.” Another user Lornacollis added “amazing”.

User i_am_wennigy asked NASA curiously: “What is dark matter?”

NASA described dark matter as one of the great mysteries of science in a blog post, because scientists “although they may have some ideas about dark matter, what they know is not dark matter.”

In addition, NASA said in a statement that the discovery of the Andromeda Nebula named by the Hubble Space Telescope by the American astronomer Edwin Hubble first confirmed that the universe is much broader than humans previously thought. many. The Andromeda Galaxy, also known as M31, is the closest large spiral galaxy to us.

The Hubble Telescope was launched in 1990 as a cooperative project of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the European Space Agency (European Space Agency). The telescope can be seen at a glance.


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