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NASA Detects Mystifying Galactic “Jellyfish” In The Space

Reportedly, Jellyfish have been on the Earth for around 500 million years, which makes them the longest living creature on the planet. But currently, NASA has its own “jellyfish” in space. The administration space agency stated a jellyfish-like galaxy—which is called ESO 137-001—with a tail created up of long gas extending 260,000 light-years in the space, is “swimming” in the view of the space agency’s approaching JWST (James Webb Space Telescope). In the statement, NASA said, “Blue ribbons of little stars droop from the galaxy’s disk-like cosmic tentacles. In the galaxy, with X-ray light, a giant tail of hot gas is floating behind the galaxy. After the launch, NASA’s JWST would analyze ESO 137-001 to study how the gas is being wiped out from the galaxy, and why the stars constitute within that gaseous tail.”

Apparently, the JWST is scheduled for launch in 2021. The “jellyfish” was first seen by the HST (Hubble Space Telescope) and the CXO (Chandra X-ray Observatory) in 2014. The ESO 137-001 is not precisely close to the Earth, even though it is comparable in the exterior to the Milky Way galaxy. It is almost 220 Million light-years away from Earth and is a part of the constellation Triangulum Australe. It is also a part of a galaxy huddle called Abell 3627. The Galaxy clusters are bounded by hot gases that ultimately form stars. However, how the stars shape in the tail and how much time it takes for that to occur is still a mystery to researchers.

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