Videos 'Phantom Galaxy' by James Webb

The stunning Phantom Galaxy, also known as M74, as seen by the James Webb Space Telescope and its forerunner Hubble is contrasted in a series of films.

While the Hubble Space Telescope, which is 32 years old, mostly records the universe in the visible light spectrum,

Webb concentrates on the infrared spectrum to show how the galaxy's stars are distributed.

detecting gas and dust that emits heat and collects in the spiral arms of the galaxy

M74, a star in the constellation Pisces that is 32 million light-years from Earth,

The two large space telescopes' observations are merged to give a complete picture of the galaxy.

These so-called H II areas are hydrogen gas clouds with hot, young stars buried in them that glow in ultraviolet light.

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