NASA Hubble recently shared an image of the nebula Westerhout 5 suffused with bright red light and located 7000 light years away from Earth. The luminous red view includes a free-floating Evaporating Gaseous Globule (frEGG), which is the tadpole-shaped dark region at the upper center-left. A frEGG is a dense, opaque region of gas with a distinct 'head-tail' shape, that astronomers think often hosts the birth of new stars. The image shared by @nasahubble on Instagram shows the background of the red nebula filled with bright orange-red clouds of varying density. 'Merging Galaxies': NASA's Hubble Telescope Shares Captivating Image of Two Merging Galaxies Located 350 Million Light Years From Earth (See Pic).

Here's the Image of the Nebula:


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