The nebula, which has a unique shape, is located in the constellation Draco at a distance of about three thousand light years.
The NASA space observatory presented a detailed image of the planetary Cat’s Eye Nebula, located in the constellation Draco. NASA published the corresponding publication on Instagram.
It is noted that it was formed when a sun-like star released its outer layers of gas, creating a bright nebula of amazing shapes.
According to the agency, observations of the space object suggest that it was created by a star that shed its mass as a result of a series of pulses spaced 1500 years apart.
Each resulting dust shell contains as much as all the planets in our solar system combined.
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It was previously reported that the James Webb Space Telescope recorded an unusual galaxy – the ring-shaped Cartwheel.
NASA has released new images of Jupiter
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