March 21, 2010

Roses from the NASA Space

NASA Space Telescope is a cloud of dust spread around new stars photos space. This infrared image from the new 59 Berkeley Planetarium Label.

A star "only" a few million years and because of the color red and green, NASA scientists compare with roses cosmic.

This image taken by NASA new device, which includes Infrared Survey Explorer Wide or Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE). Space observer is worth 320 million U.S. dollars and is built to map the entire sky in detail. This telescope has photographed a dark asteroids and comets that previously hard-captured image.

Six months after NASA Space Telescope intelligent mapping process is scheduled for completion.

Back roses storm, the light is red center because of the heat emitted by stars in the cloud. The green areas on the page edge polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons can be found on Earth, ie the molecules are the result of combustion, exhaust from cars, or a pipe from the back of the grid, for example.

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