This can be the biggest retirement home in the galaxy. Hubble has unveiled a great image of the huge collection of aging stars. It is believed that NGC 6139 is known as; it is believed that hundreds of thousands of stars were formed in it 1 million years ago.
This phenomenon is known as a huge circular cluster, and it is a galaxy’s collection of stars that keep the galaxy in orbit.
They usually include hundreds of thousands of stars which are supposed to be built almost at the same time.
Globular clusters are more circular and open star clusters such as famous Pleiades.
Among them are some of the oldest stars in our galaxy, which are made very soon in the history of the galaxy. However, their role in galactic development is still a subject of study. In the constellation of Scorpio (Scorpio), this cluster is broadly seen in the direction of the center of the Milky Way.
This constellation is a golden route to attractive celestial objects. Hubble has set his sights on Scorpio several times to inspect things such as a butterfly nebula, astonishing binary star system, and other bright globular clusters.
At the beginning of this month, astronomers unveiled the most comprehensive, high-resolution ultraviolet-light survey of nearby star-forming galaxies using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope.
The Legacy Extra Galactic UV Survey (Legus) project has collected star catalogs for each of the galaxies and cluster catalogs for images of galaxies, along with 30 galaxies.
Daniele Calzetti, surveyor of Massachusetts University of Amherst, said, “Star Cluster and a stellar listing have never been done in the past, including observations in ultraviolet light.”
The main tracer of the smallest and most hot star population is Ultra Violet lights, which astronomers use to get the age of stars and achieve a complete stellar history.
“The two catalogs provide unprecedented capability to understand the synergy of the joint.”
Experts say that the form of stars in astronomy is still a disturbing question.
Elena Sabbi, member of the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, said, “The light we get from the universe comes from the stars, and yet we do not understand many facets in the form of stars.”
‘It is also important for our existence – we know that life will not be here if we do not have a star.’
There are approximately 8,000 young clusters in the Star Cluster Catalog, whose ages are from 1 million to 500 million years old.
These stellar groups are 10 times more massive than the largest groups seen in our galaxy.
The star catalog contains approximately 39 million stars which are at least five times larger than our sun.
Researchers explained that Hubble data provides all the information to analyze these galaxies.
Sabbi said, “We are also introducing computer models to help astronomers interpret the data in the star and cluster catalogs.”
‘Researchers can examine how a star formed in a particular galaxy or a group of galaxies. They can correlate the properties of galaxies with their star formation.
‘They can achieve star-forming history of galaxies.
The Ultraviolet light pictures can help astronomers identify supernovae reproduction stars found in data.
One of the main questions of the survey can help answer astronomers; there is a connection between star formation and major structures such as spiral arms, which make galaxies.
Calzetti said, ‘When we see a spiral galaxy, we usually do not see a random distribution of stars,’ Calzetti said.
‘It is a very systematic structure, even if it is spiral arms or rings, and it is especially true with the smallest stellar population.
On the other hand, there are several competing principles for connecting individual stars with these ordered structures in different star clusters.
Looking at the very good information of galaxies – Star Cluster – When showing the connections with large structures, we are trying to identify the underlying physical parameters of this sequence of stellar population within galaxies.
‘It is important to get the last link between the gas and the star formation to understand the galaxy’s development.’
‘The stars in these close galaxies and the data in the cluster catalogs will help to pave the way for NASA’s incoming Infrared Observatory, the James Webb Space Telescope, whatever we see, ESA and Canadian Space Agency (CSA), Sabbi said in partnership with the development.
Sabbi further said, “How Webb will be able to promote star formation on a galaxy.”
‘If you have information on gas properties, then you can actually add points and see where, when, and how star is formed.’