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Nasa Telescope Reveals 'Bones' of a Galaxy

By Ajay Kaushik

28 Sep 2022

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Webb Telescope Reveals 'Bones' of a Stunning Spiral Galaxy

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James Webb Space Telescope view of the insides of the spiral galaxy IC 5332

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IC 5332 is larger than the Milky Way and resides over 29 million light-years.

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Webb's Mid-InfraRed Instrument MIRI, also known as MIRI, can see the universe using a specific range of wavelengths, which gives a highly unique perspective of space-based objects.

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MIRI is required to work at a freezing temperature for proper operation.

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It is equipped with its own system of cooling that helps keep it cool.

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The dark regions in this Hubble image are brimming with dust.

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NASA Webb team played up the "dark and moody" part of the image via a tweet, which read, "Space, but makes it goth!"

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The galaxy's underground structure as having "bones."

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Two very different perspectives of the galaxy illustrate how Hubble and the space telescope of the future can collaborate as a team.

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