NASA Hubble Space Telescope captures Kareena Nebula’s gas structure Watch amazing video

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NASA Telescope captures stunning view of the universe

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has posted a video on its official Hubble Twitter handle. This video is very special. Here are some scenes from Kareena Nebula. We can tell you that the Kareena Nebula is one of the largest regions of our galaxy where stars form. NASA filmed it using the Hubble Space Telescope.

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NASA wrote in its tweet, ‘This Hubble is exploring a small part of the classic Kareena Nebula, which is one of the largest star-shaped regions. The nebula is about 7,500 light-years away, and is mostly made up of hydrogen gas.

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NASA Nature Photography

Earlier, on June 16, NASA posted a picture taken from the Hubble Telescope on its Instagram account. This photo was posted by NASA using #NaturePhotographyDay. NASA has asked people if this photo counts for Nature Photography Day. The Lagoon Nebula was visible in this photo. The Lagoon Nebula is a nursery located in a universe 4000 light years away from us. NASA often shares such images and videos on social media accounts. People are very interested in NASA’s post.

What is the Hubble Space Telescope?

The Hubble Telescope, a modern and very large telescope, was launched into orbit on April 24, 1990 by a spacecraft. This telescope was jointly installed by NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) in space. The Hubble Space Telescope is very important to NASA. It is designed to be easily repaired and upgraded by astronauts using modern technology. This telescope is located at a distance of 547 km from the earth. This is a distance of 5 miles, or about 8 kilometers per second.

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