NASA Hubble Space Telescope captured intense bright clumps moving through the cosmos at some 1,000 light years from Earth, entitled the object as clear “smoking gun.“
Seen as the intense blue, ephemeral clumps in the top center of the new image below, these are telltale signs of an energy-rich gas, or plasma, colliding with a huge collection of dust and gas in deep space.
As NASA says, these blue masses are transient creations in the cosmos, as “they disappear into nothingness within a few tens of thousands of years.”
These blue clumps are traveling at 150,000 mph toward the upper left direction from the view. In total, there are five of these ghostly chunks, hurtling through space.
NASA doesn’t identify the new star itself, called SVS 13, perhaps because it’s obscured by thick clouds of global matter.
This collection of dust and gas is part of a distant nebula, which are often the remnants of exploded stars spin through the infinity of space.