Datoteka:Fireworks of Star Formation Light Up a Galaxy - GPN-2000-000877.jpg

Izvor: Wikipedija
Prijeđi na navigaciju Prijeđi na pretraživanje

Vidi sliku u punoj veličini((1.596 × 1.065 piksela, veličina datoteke: 1,67 MB, MIME tip: image/jpeg))

Logo Wikimedijinog spremnika Ova je datoteka sa Zajedničkog poslužitelja i mogu je rabiti drugi projekti. Opis s njezine stranice s opisom datoteke prikazan je ispod.


English: Located some 13 million light-years from Earth, NGC 4214 is currently forming clusters of new stars from its interstellar gas and dust. In this Hubble image, we can see a sequence of steps in the formation and evolution of stars and star clusters. The picture was created from exposures taken in several color filters with Hubble's Wide Field Planetary Camera 2.

NGC 4214 contains a multitude of faint stars covering most of the frame, but the picture is dominated by filigreed clouds of glowing gas surrounding bright stellar clusters. The youngest of these star clusters are located at the lower right of the picture, where they appear as about half a dozen bright clumps of glowing gas. Young, hot stars have a whitish to bluish color in the Hubble image, because of their high surface temperatures, ranging from 10,000 up to about 50,000 degrees Celsius.

The radiation and wind forces from the young stars literally blow bubbles in the gas. Over millions of years, the bubbles increase in size as the stars inside them grow older. Moving to the lower left from the youngest clusters, we find an older star cluster, around which a gas bubble has inflated to the point that there is an obvious cavity around the central cluster.

The most spectacular feature in the Hubble picture lies near the center of NGC 4214. This object is a cluster of hundreds of massive blue stars, each of them more than 10,000 times brighter than our own Sun. A vast heart-shaped bubble, inflated by the combined stellar winds and radiation pressure, surrounds the cluster. The expansion of the bubble is augmented as the most massive stars in the center reach the ends of their lives and explode as supernovae.

The principal astronomers are: John MacKenty, Jesus Maiz-Apellaniz (Space Telescope Science Institute), Colin Norman (Johns Hopkins University), Nolan Walborn (Space Telescope Science Institute), Richard Burg (Johns Hopkins University), Richard Griffiths (Carnegie Mellon University), and Rosemary Wyse (Johns Hopkins University).
Izvor Great Images in NASA Description, HubbleSite: NewsCenter
Autor NASA and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI)
This image or video was catalogued by Space Telescope Science Institute of the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) under Photo ID: GPN-2000-000877 and Alternate ID: PR00-01.

Ovo nije oznaka za autorsko pravo. Ovoj oznaci potrebno je pridodati valjanu licenciju.

български | català | čeština | Deutsch | English | español | فارسی | français | galego | magyar | Հայերեն | Bahasa Indonesia | italiano | 日本語 | македонски | മലയാളം | Nederlands | polski | português | русский | sicilianu | Türkçe | українська‎ | 中文 | 中文(简体)‎ | +/−


Public domain This file is in the public domain because it was created by NASA and ESA. NASA Hubble material (and ESA Hubble material prior to 2009) is copyright-free and may be freely used as in the public domain without fee, on the condition that only NASA, STScI, and/or ESA is credited as the source of the material. This license does not apply if ESA material created after 2008 or source material from other organizations is in use.
The material was created for NASA by Space Telescope Science Institute under Contract NAS5-26555, or for ESA by the Hubble European Space Agency Information Centre. Copyright statement at hubblesite.org or 2008 copyright statement at spacetelescope.org.
For material created by the European Space Agency on the spacetelescope.org site since 2009, use the {{ESA-Hubble}} tag.
Hubble 01.jpg

Povijest datoteke

Kliknite na datum/vrijeme kako biste vidjeli datoteku kakva je tada bila.

sadašnja02:41, 9. travnja 2009.Minijatura za inačicu od 02:41, 9. travnja 2009.1.596 × 1.065 (1,67 MB)BotMultichillT{{Information |Description={{en|1=Located some 13 million light-years from Earth, NGC 4214 is currently forming clusters of new stars from its interstellar gas and dust. In this Hubble image, we can see a sequence of steps in the formation and evolution o

Na ovu sliku vode poveznice sa sljedećih stranica:

Globalna uporaba datoteke

Sljedeći wikiji rabe ovu datoteku: