The Hubble telescope captures the spectacular death of a star - an event that was rarely seen by astronomers.
A dying star known as a red giant, the final stage of blowing its outer layers, leaving a cloud of gas and dust called a planetary nebula.
NASA and the European space Agency has released a photo of a hookah Nebula. Gas yellow was thrown with a speed of 621371 miles per hour, in accordance with the ESA.
Astronomers rarely seen this kind of transition, because it happens "in the blink of an eye in astronomical terms," said ESA.
The nebula is also known as "rotten egg" because it contains a lot of sulfur, which smells of rotten eggs. Fortunately, it happened about 5 thousand light-years from Earth in the constellation of the Stern, in accordance with the ESA.
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