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The Hubble telescope catches the stars of the Sagittarius

An astounding picture taken by a sophisticated Hubble telescope showing the constellations of the bow tower is presented in a remarkable detail in a part of the sky. The dark red and bright red stars are distributed around this space and match the generality of thousands of stars and distant galaxies. The two main properties possessed by these stars are amazing: their colors and sudden intersections burst from the center of the most radiant objects. As stars grow and vibrate during the process of creating the image according to the observed data, different stars glow in different colors. These colors vary depending on the temperature of the surface: very hot stars, blue or white. The coldest stars are redder, They are small or very large because they enter into giant red growth stages. When a large star suddenly cools and grows, it is the main cause behind its collapse. The intersections shown by some stars have nothing to do with the stars themselves, or even with any kind of atmospheric disturbance, but they happen as a result of the rotation of the Hubble telescope at the top of the earth's atmosphere as a result of a combination of the same telescope, now known as the light. The Hubble telescope resembles all modern space telescopes. It uses mirrors to capture light and then to form images. Its secondary mirror relies on struts called telescope spiders, which in turn are organized in a cross-shaped shape that deflects the next light. Diffraction is defined as a slight shift of light as it passes near any object. Each intersection in the picture occurs because of one set of stents within the same telescope !, while the photographic inscriptions are not technically accurate but astronomical photographers still care and make sure they are beautiful properties in their images.

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