Seeing Sagittarius C in a New Light

The NIRCam (Near-Infrared Electronic camera) instrument on NASA’s James Webb Area Telescope’s exposes a part of the Galaxy’s thick core in a brand-new light. An approximated 500,000 stars shine in this picture of the Sagittarius C (Sgr C) area, in addition to some as-yet unknown functions. A big area of ionized hydrogen, displayed in cyan, consists of appealing needle-like structures that do not have any consistent orientation.

Image Credit: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI, and S. Crowe (University of Virginia)

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