Ghoulish Jack-o-Lantern Wins NASA’s Poll for Creepiest Pic From Space Beating Skull Asteroid and Cosmic Nebula for Halloween 2019 (View Pics)
The Sun (Photo Credits: NASA/ Twitter)

Halloween is not over yet. There are a lot of revelations which are however to be made post the spooky celebration. Meanwhile, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has spotted something very unlikely in its cosmic images taken by the telescope. Before the festival arrived, the space agency’s Twitter name has been changed to “NASA, but Spooky.” And they have a fair reason for it. The scientists have found ghoulish structures in space, just in time for Halloween 2019. In a series of creepy pictures shared on the social media platform, NASA spotted Jack-o-Lantern that appeared to be screaming in space, witch-head Nebula and many more. As per the poll, Ghoulish Jack-o-Lantern has won for being the creepiest pic from space beating skull asteroid and cosmic nebula.  NASA Plans First All-Female Spacewalk, Christina Koch and Jessica Meir to Make History on October 21; Here’s Everything You Need to Know About Upcoming ISS Mission. 

While mapping star formation in the outer region of the Milky Way, a new nebula is bearing a striking resemblance, which the space agency dubbed as “Witch-Head Nebula.” A nebula is a giant cloud of dust and gas in space. Another image shows a hollowed-out pumpkin, which appears to be screaming in space. It is the Sun. While an image of iceberg seems to look like coffin-shaped. The spooky features are all over the galaxy. But it is the fiery star who won the poll for giving the eerie vibe on Halloween. At least 45 percent of people think the Sun to be the most frightening of all, while skull asteroid earned 37 percent of votes.

Fiery Jack-o-Lantern!

Galactic Ghoul:


Sharing the images together, NASA on its Twitter writes, “Spooky creatures get the spotlight on #Halloween, but we think there’s something extra creepy about these REAL images taken from space. Which do you think is the scariest? Vote now...if you dare!”

Fiery Jack-o-Lantern is the Winner:

The pictures, were taken by NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope. The space agency said that the photographed phenomenon is rare. These pictures were taken for various missions and were shared right in time, on the spookfest of Halloween! The image of the Sun is actually an old one which was taken in 2014.