The Hubble Telescope of the American Space Agency NASA has captured images of a celestial object, which is located about 390 million light years away from Earth. It is being called Z 229-15 and it is in the cluster of stars Lyra. It initially looked like a spiral galaxy because of its bright edge showing two growing arms of stars.
The European Space Agency (ESA) has statement stated that Z 229-15 is one of the interesting astronomical objects that fits many definitions. ESA explained, “After researching it, it can be found according to many different definitions. It can be an active galactic nucleus (AGN), a quasar or a Seyfert galaxy.” Also this mysterious object may be related to all of them due to some similarity in these definitions. ESA says that it is a galaxy made up of stars bound together by gravity. It is an active galactic nucleus that is much brighter than the stars in a galaxy.
“The reason for the extra brightness is the presence of a supermassive black hole at the edge of the galaxy,” the statement said. goes towards the black hole. This disc of material becomes so hot that it releases a large amount of energy, which causes a lot of brightness. “
before this NASA The James Webb Space Telescope has captured a surprising image of WR 124, a rare Wolf-Mayet star exploding or going into a supernova. This star is about 30 times the size of our Sun. The outer layers of this star are visible. This has resulted in a large amount of dust and other material which is causing glare. An explosion in a star during its cycle is called a supernova. NASA officials had said, “Only a few of the big stars reach such a phase before becoming supernova. It is very important for astronomers to understand the mysteries of space.” This very large star is located 15,000 light years away.