Scenic earliest stage of star formation captured by Hubble Telescope

NASA's Hubble Telescope is discovering space since 1990

Recently it captured a scenic cloud of dust and gas located in the constellation of Serpens

The cloud is having a very dense core, this object is capable of being a birthplace of a new star

The object is called CB 130-3

 This Hubble image shows the earliest phase of star formation, in which dust and gas come together to form a core

The next phase of this event is captured by the James Webb Space Telescope.

The image was taken using Hubble’s Wide Field Camera 3 instrument, which looks at the visible light spectrum.

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