Hubble looks deep into our Milky Way galaxy, captures this sparkling scene

Us Earthlings inhabit a solar system on one of the great spiral arms of the Milky Way galaxy. The legendary Hubble Space Telescope, orbiting Earth, peered inward and captured a vivid image of stars near the center of the Milky Way, a galaxy that's some 100,000 light-years across (or about 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 kilometers). NASA posted the image online on Friday. What can we see? A "sparkling starfield," writes NASA. That dense group of stars is called a "globular cluster," and that's specifically "globular cluster ESO 520-21," found near the center of the galaxy. A globular cluster is a "densely packed, roughly spherical collection of ...

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