(ORDO NEWS) — Researchers at the European Southern Observatory have captured a butterfly-shaped planetary nebula . This was reported on the official website of the observatory.
The nebula is known as NGC 2899. It was removed thanks to the so-called. The very large telescope (ESO) (Very Large Telescope (VLT). A cosmic object in the constellation Sails) is the most detailed image of the nebula to date.
Earlier, astronomers were the first to trace the connection between magnetars and fast radio bursts. Scanners from one of the observatories observed the SGR 1935 + 2154 magnetar and found that it emitted not only ordinary X-rays, but also radio waves.
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