Hubble Telescope captures chaotic-looking mass of gas and dust N 63A

Hubble Telescope captures chaotic-looking mass of gas and dust

Image Credit : NASA/ESA/HEIC and Hubble Telescope Team
Hubble Telescope has captured a Enigmatic image of Mass of a Gas and Dust named as N 63A. This is remains of Massive Star, Which have exploded and Sprayed it's remains into a region.

According to NASA Hubble Team, This Supernova Remnants is in an Irregular Galaxy about 160,000 Light Years Away from Our Milky Way. This remains is a part of Star-Forming Region in Large Megellanic Cloud (LMC).

Supernova has exploded leaving behind such amazing structure named N 63A. As N 63A is still quiet young and it's shocks are collapsing and destroying Dust and Clouds in it. Therefore Gas clouds will collapse rather than forming a Star.
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