NASA's Hubble telescope has just resumed scientific observations after a three-week shutdown. The image, which NASA says was snapped with one of the Hubble telescope's wide field cameras, shows a whole bunch of distant galaxies in all shapes and sizes - but one particular part of the image is bound to catch your eye. "The lower, arc-shaped galaxy has the characteristic shape of a galaxy that has been gravitationally lensed - its light has passed near a massive object en route to us, causing it to become distorted and stretched out of shape", wrote NASA on their website. The gravity of the nearby galaxies bends and magnifies the light coming from distant galaxies, making them look brighter and larger than they actually are.
When stars are born, they come out of giant clouds of gas, the so-called stellar nurseries. New stars are formed over the course of millions of years.
NASA hopes to analyze the luminosity, the size, and the rate of formation of stars in different stellar nurseries from various points in time throughout the universe.
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