To celebrate its 33rd birthday, the iconic Hubble Space Telescope has taken yet another breathtaking image of our universe. The image, which encompasses a region of space in the Perseus molecular cloud, is vibrant and colorful from top to bottom.
NASA says that Hubble captured the image by peering through a veil of dust on the edge of the cold molecular cloud made of the raw material needed to fabricate new stars and planets. The image, the space agency says, highlights how messy the formation of new stars is within our universe. read full story on BGR.com