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NASA/Hubble Wonders - Giant Exploding STAR AG Carinae - Horizontal Framed Premium Gallery Wrap Canvas - Us Made in 3-5 Days - Yunque Store
NASA/Hubble Wonders - Giant Exploding STAR AG Carinae - Horizontal Framed Premium Gallery Wrap Canvas - Us Made in 3-5 Days - Yunque Store
NASA/Hubble Wonders - Giant Exploding STAR AG Carinae - Horizontal Framed Premium Gallery Wrap Canvas - Us Made in 3-5 Days - Yunque Store
NASA/Hubble Wonders - Giant Exploding STAR AG Carinae - Horizontal Framed Premium Gallery Wrap Canvas - Us Made in 3-5 Days - Yunque Store
NASA/Hubble Wonders - Giant Exploding STAR AG Carinae - Horizontal Framed Premium Gallery Wrap Canvas - Us Made in 3-5 Days - Yunque Store
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NASA/Hubble Wonders - Giant Exploding STAR AG Carinae - Horizontal Framed Premium Gallery Wrap Canvas - Us Made in 3-5 Days

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E-A-S-Y HOME DECOR IDEAS: Jaw Dropping NASA Hubble Wonders: Giant Exploding STAR AG Carinae - on the right side (small), expanded and colors modified of the same image to enhance the explosive center. How can without work or effort YOU CAN turn around a BORING room, hall or office overnight! Consider this US MADE 100% certified quality wall print - which can arrive in about 5 days! These are very rare and sharp views of space objects that IMPRESS all who see them... We can feel very small, we can see how huge the real world is. How can without work or effort YOU CAN turn around a BORING room, hall or office overnight! Consider this US MADE 100% certified quality wall print - which can arrive in about 5 days! These are very rare and sharp views of space objects that IMPRESS all who see them... We can feel very small, we can see how huge the real world is. Walls can display one's personality! These canvas with high-quality print will always look as tight and flat as the day they were made. Every frame is built with a solid face to support the canvas and prevent deforming. .: 100% Cotton fabric .: Recycled plastic frame .: High image quality and detail .: For indoor use Info from NASA/HUBBLE TELESCOPE: Giant Star on the Edge of Destruction AG CARINAE REF: https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2021/hubble-captures-giant-star-on-the-edge-of-destruction Apr 23, 2021 Hubble Captures Giant Star on the Edge of Destruction In celebration of the 31st anniversary of the launching of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers aimed the renowned observatory at a brilliant "celebrity star," one of the brightest stars seen in our galaxy, surrounded by a glowing halo of gas and dust. The price for the monster star's opulence is "living on the edge." The star, called AG Carinae, is waging a tug-of-war between gravity and radiation to avoid self-destruction. Eta Carinae In celebration of the 31st anniversary of the launching of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers aimed the renowned observatory at a brilliant "celebrity star," one of the brightest stars seen in our galaxy, surrounded by a glowing halo of gas and dust. Credits: NASA, ESA, STScI The expanding shell of gas and dust that surrounds the star is about five light-years wide, which equals the distance from here to the nearest star beyond the Sun, Proxima Centauri. The huge structure was created from one or more giant eruptions about 10,000 years ago. The star's outer layers were blown into space – like a boiling teapot popping off its lid. The expelled material amounts to roughly 10 times our Sun's mass. These outbursts are the typical life of a rare breed of star called a luminous blue variable, a brief convulsive phase in the short life of an ultra-bright, glamorous star that lives fast and dies young. These stars are among the most massive and brightest stars known. They live for only a few million years, compared to the roughly 10-billion-year lifetime of our Sun. AG Carinae is a few million years old and resides 20,000 light-years away inside our Milky Way galaxy. Luminous blue variables exhibit a dual personality: They appear to spend years in quiescent bliss and then they erupt in a petulant outburst. These behemoths are stars in the extreme, far different from normal stars like our Sun. In fact, AG Carinae is estimated to be up to 70 times more massive than our Sun and shines with the blinding brilliance of one million suns. "I like studying these kinds of stars because I am fascinated by their instability. They are doing something weird," said Kerstin Weis, a luminous blue variable expert at Ruhr University in Bochum, Germany.

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