The Hubble Telescope consists of red, white, and blue stars in a bright cluster

The Hubble Telescope consists of red, white, and blue stars in a bright cluster

Hubble Space Telescope The dazzling scene of distant stars full of twinkling stars in red, white and blue was revealed during the July 4 US holiday.

This photo, released by NASA and the European Space Agency on July 2, shows the open star cluster NGC 330, a group of stars 180,000 light-years away. Small magelanic cloud, In our Milky Way dwarf satellite galaxy, Tucana, in the Tucana galaxy.

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