The Hubble’s image of the Ring Nebula, the glowing shroud around a dying Sun-like star. The pictures Hubble was able to capture allowed astronomers to construct a precise three-dimensional model of the glowing gas shroud, called a planetary nebula.
One of The most iconic images from the Hubble space telescope taken in Called "The Pillars of Creation", it shows massive columns of molecular hydrogen gas and dust so dense that they coalesce under gravitational forces to produce new stars.
A coil-shaped Helix Nebula showing a fine web of filamentary “bicycle-spoke” features embedded in the colorful red and blue ring of gas. At 650 light-years away, the Helix is one of the nearest planetary nebulae to Earth. A planetary nebula is the.