Space highlights from binary stars to moles of Mars

Space exploration seems to be just as exciting and entertaining as the game, but if we run into problems, the story will be a bit different. Let’s start from the planet Mars, where the space probe is in trouble.

After it landed on Mars, it launched a research tool, including HP3. HP3 assesses the physical properties and temperature status of Mars. This drilling tool requires a drill called “Mole” and it can penetrate slowly into the Martian soil with the help of a drill. Shortly after the start of the drilling operation, Mole hit an obstacle and stopped moving. Ejecting the mole is no easy task, but NASA will not give up.
The most important part of the mission of the Insight Probe is the Mole. In fact, the Mole’s mission is to understand the inner structure of Mars and its crustal temperature changes.We hope the site will travel to a place where Mars is softer and digging easier to penetrate Mars.

When the problem becomes two

When we decide to see young stars in space,

we must bear in mind that the bed of these young stars is full of gas and dust. Astronomers invite themselves to observe a pair of binary stars called Cepheus C (Sephios C) and Cepheus B (Sephios B). A huge nebula has these stars. Astronomers don’t just try to see them, they just want to see them again.

The enormous reactions that occur in these emerging fireballs and their nebulae emit very powerful beams that surround a huge volume of matter with the explosions that occur, creating magnificent storms that travel millions of light years.


NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope captured an epic image of two stars as a family portrait. Stars are born in a bed of gas and dust. Cepheus C (Cepheus C) and Cepheus B (Cepheus B) are stars that were born from a common nebula and are now separated.

The huge green and orange clouds on the left of the stars are a magnificent nebula decorated with starlight.NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope reports the presence of infrared waves, and each color represents the presence of a different type of gas in the nebula.


NASA has an interesting tool called the NICER at the International Space Station that means

“searching for the inner composition of a neutron star” and studying the sources of X-ray production.

Niser looked to the sky for six months and looked at points in the sky, including neutron stars, that were producing X-rays to investigate the sources of the radiation.

X-rays for astronomers can act like GPS and may even be the guide for spacecraft. This photo is reminiscent of the Man of Steel, of course, his space version. It is as if the spider man had woven a space to go from this star to that spider web and linked them together.


Since its inception on Mars in November, it has begun scientific research. No wonder, of course, that there are difficulties with scientific research on Mars while the researchers are on Earth. For example, in the first study by HP3, a tool for measuring the temperature of Mars, NASA decided to use a mole to drill.

The problem began when the mole hit a rock in the heart of Mars. In this image, you can see the rover in the upper right corner. NASA will soon remove the mole from Mars and continue digging again.


The Markarian 1216, for its part, is a wonder of space. Normally, galaxies have similar elements, including matter and dark matter. While galaxies typically have a certain amount of dark matter that is widespread throughout the galaxy, the Milky Way Galaxy 1216 is much darker than usual.The image on the left was made using X-rays emitted from this galaxy, but the image on the right was taken with visible light visible from Hubble. Scientists have been wondering why the dark matter in this galaxy is so abundant since it came from several other dense galaxies called “Red Nuggets”. These native galaxies were formed in the early days after the Big Bang.


The Southern European Observatory has a very large telescope.

The observatory offers the best view of space because it is located in the high desert of Chile. In this photo, a telescope in the foreground of the Milky Way’s stunning body is drawn. The beautiful rays of light in the center of the galaxy are scattered around the stars and scattered dust.

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