The US space agency (NASA) recently released a new super-awesome image captured by the Hubble Telescope.
As detailed by NASA, as you can see in the log, thousands of galaxies glow in ultraviolet light, as well as visible and near infrared light.
These ultraviolet observations could help clarify a mystery of our early universe known as reionization.
As reported by the agency, the first stars and galaxies ended cosmic “dark ages” by ionizing hydrogen gas mists.
NASA releases a stunning image captured by the Hubble Telescope
The mysterious phenomenon divided atoms into charged electrons and protons, and after the fog dissipated, the light was able to travel through the universe unobstructed.
Astronomers, according to the information, still do not know exactly how this happened, but the study of ultraviolet light emitted by distant galaxies will give researchers new information.
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Hubble is one of the most famous space telescopes in modern astronomy that orbits outside the Earth’s atmosphere.
It revolves in a circular orbit around the planet at an altitude of 593 kilometers above sea level, and its duration varies from 96 to 97 minutes.
Text with information from NASA
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