NASA scientists captured in space "silhouette of a bat"

What Caused This Smiley In Space? NASA Explains

Hubble Telescope spots smiling face staring back at it in search for newborn stars - World News

However, in among the many galaxies, "is a formation of galaxies akin to a smiling face" NASA says.

The picture was taken by space telescope "Hubble" established in automatic Observatory in Earth orbit. Two yellow-hued blobs hang atop a sweeping arc of light.

According to the USA space agency, the lower arc is created by gravitational lensing - an effect caused by light getting deformed due to the influence of a massive object on its path. Hubble's Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) allows astronomers to analyze the luminosity, size, and formation rate of different stellar nurseries, which will one day allow them to understand the formation of new stars in finer detail than before.

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"Stars are born within giant clouds of gas", NASA said.

The Hubble Telescope has stared into the abyss, and the abyss has stared back in the form of a smiling face in space found during a search for new galaxies and stars. Over time, these nurseries become unstable, succumbing to gravitational forces until they become the seeds that give birth to new stars. These galaxies got its name because of the regions of active formation of young blue stars, which are usually located near their cores.

Studying the lives of other galaxies can shed light on how gas turns into a giant star.

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Earlier, scientists have uncovered the mystery of black holes in the Universe.

The Hubble, behind iconic images such as Pillars of Creation has watched the skies for 28 years, having launched in 1990.

Hubble has the pointing accuracy of.007 arc seconds, which is like being able to shine a laser beam focused on Franklin D. Roosevelt's head on a dime roughly 200 miles away.

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