Amazing Pillars of Creation by James Webb!
Giant cloud coils. This coil of hydrogen gas-dust stands like a pillar. It has a golden-brown color and the twinkling of millions of stars. The cosmic coil is called Pillars of Creation. This pillar was created 6 and a half billion years ago.
This picture of the Pillars of Creation was taken by James Webb, the world's most modern and powerful telescope. The telescope was launched from Earth in December last year. This amazing telescope is bringing out the past mysteries of the infinite universe one by one.
NASA released this photo of James Webb on Wednesday.
According to NASA, the Pillars of Creation are located in the M-16 region of space, in the center of the Eagle Nebula. This nebula is also known as 'Eagle Nebula'. The nebula is located 6,500 light years away from Earth. That is, if a vehicle leaves the earth at the speed of light, it will take 6,500 years to reach it.
According to NASA, the 'Pillars of Creation' are a type of condensed cloud made of hydrogen and dust. But they are not temporary like the clouds of the earth. Each star is formed from this condensed cloud. This process takes billions of years. Numerous planets and satellites are born from stars. They also cool gradually. That is why it can be said that these Pillars of Creation are the original and primary state of the stars.
In this regard, European Space Research Organization senior advisor Professor Mark McCoren said, we have been researching the 'Eagle Nebula' since the 1990s. Trying to see these pillars to find newly formed stars. Finally James Webb showed it.
He said, I knew the pictures taken by James Webb would be put on the shelves; It happened. We can see them now, but that is a past six and a half billion years ago. James Webb created this image by holding the light of the past in his own mirror.