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NASA's Spitzer space telescope catches shocking picture of 'space butterfly'

The 'butterfly', named Westerhout 40, is a cloud - a mammoth haze of gas and residue in space where new stars structure 

NASA's Spitzer space telescope catches shocking picture of 'space butterfly'
The 'space butterfly'


NASA has caught a shocking picture of a ' space butterfly' that is home to many child stars. 

The 'butterfly', named Westerhout 40, is a cloud - a mammoth haze of gas and residue in space where new stars structure. 

The two 'wings' are monster rises of hot gas, blowing from the most smoking and greatest stars in this district. 

NASA clarified: "The material that shapes W40's wings was shot out from a thick group of stars that lies between the wings in the picture. 

NASA's Spitzer space telescope


"The most sultry, most gigantic of these stars, W40 IRS 1a, lies close to the focal point of the star group." 

Westerhout 40 is around 1,400 light-years from the Sun. While this is generally a similar separation as the notable Orion cloud, the two are just about 180 degrees separated in the sky. 

The staggering picture is really the consolidated consequence of four pictures of Westerhout 40, snapped from NASA's Spitzer Space telescope. 

Natural particles made of carbon and hydrogen sparkle red in the picture, while the most youthful stars in the 'butterfly' gleam yellow. 

In the interim, the stars out of sight sparkle blue, as they have shorter wavelengths.

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