Long tails from ejected gas give the galaxy a specific appearance: stretched blue filaments resemble the shape of jellyfish tentacles or the fluff of a ripe dandelion flower.
Scientists have shown an image of the tail of the galaxy ESO 137-001, which extends for 260 thousand light years.
Stars are thought to form in this tail, which was shaped by the gravitational forces of the Southern Triangulum star cluster.
It is reported that this zone will be studied by the Webb Space Telescope. A new study will help to learn more about the formation of stars.
Earlier, our website reported that scientists have found new evidence of the existence of aliens. In the soil of the Ryugu meteorite, amino acids were found that may indicate the presence of living beings outside the solar system. This conclusion was made by scientists from Yokohama State University.
In addition, Cursor wrote that a $10 billion space telescope collided with a meteorite. In late May, the most expensive space telescope in history, the James Webb, collided with a small meteorite that damaged one of its gilded mirrors.
We also recall that the cosmic dawn began 200 million years later than expected.