Hubble Telescope's Cosmic   Amid the Stars

Birdwatching Finds a Crane

This recent image was

 captured by NASA and ESA's Hubble Space Telescope of the barred spiral galaxy NGC 7496 in the constellation Grus  

24 million light-years

from Earth, this stellar configuration is one of four constellations that are collectively called the Southern Birds.

24 million light-years

from Earth, this stellar configuration is one of four constellations that are collectively called the Southern Birds.

Grus joins a trio of other

bird-themed constellations known as Pavo, Phoenix, and Tucana to make up this sparkling nest of star formations.

Snapshots of NGC 7496 

were gathered from multiple observations that explored the complex relationship between stars and dense clouds of gas

Discovering more about how

fast and efficiently stars are formed amid a wide sampling of galactic environments is just one of the project's goals

Scientists Discover 

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