NASA's Hubble Space Telescope recently captured a stunning image resembling a holiday wreath in the cosmos.
The beautiful image looks like "a holiday wreath made of sparkling lights," according to a statement from NASA.
The image shows the RS Puppis star, in the center, surrounded by what space agency called a "reflective dust gossamer cocoon" lit by a sparkling star.
This particular star is 200 times larger than the Sun, according to the agency's space.
RS Puppis is shining and lost during the six-week cycle and is one of the brightest stars in the so-called variable Cepheid stars, explaining the Space Telescope Science Institute. It has an average true light of 15,000 times greater than the Sunlight.
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"Hubble took a series of photos of flashes rippling across the nebula in a phenomenon known as a & # 39; ; light echo. & # 39; Although light travels in space so rapidly widens the gap between Earth and the Moon in a little over a second, the nebula is so large that the visible light can actually be photographed by the nebula, "according to NASA in a statement.
Of course, this is not the first time NASA has inspired us with photos from space.
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Images announced during the NASA's Juno mission have recently taken the internet. Spotlight people see a wide range of "creatures" in the colorful clouds of Jupiter.
Fox News & # 39; Jennifer Earl has contributed to this report.