The first image released by NASA from Hubble's point of view in 2022 shows two magnificent distant galaxies challenging cosmological models. The legendary Hubble Space Telescope has somehow gone beyond its capabilities. NASA released the first Hubble image in 2022 in recent days, and this view of the universe contains many cosmic objects. The background of this deep view of the universe is full of distant galaxies, a star clearly shining above the image, and it appears that both the large and main galaxies of the image are about to collide, but this is a visual error.two objects are very far apart. The NGC 105 spiral galaxy is located approximately 215 million light-years away in the constellation Pisces.
Such visual errors are the result of our terrestrial landscape and occur in high astronomy. A good example of this is constellations. The stars that make up constellations are very different from Earth, but we think they form a definite pattern because they are located along a line of sight. While an observer in another part of the galaxy sees different patterns. Are examining the two closely. galaxies that contain two amazing astronomical phenomena: variegated cephalic stars and massive supernova explosions. Violent death is a massive star, which astronomers use to measure distances to astronomical objects. Both cephalopods and supernovae have very predictable luminosity. Astronomers use these so-called standard candles to determine the distance by comparing the brightness of these objects from the ground with their actual brightness. NGC 105 contains supernova and Cephalus variables that allow astronomers to calibrate two distance measurement methods.
Astronomers have observed interesting events inside galaxies that have been recorded in this image and other deep views of the universe. They recently analyzed the distances of some sample galaxies, including NGC 105, and their velocities to measure the rate of expansion of the universe, known as the Hubble Constant.
But their results are based on predictions made by The widely accepted cosmological model does not match, indicating that this difference is only 1 in a million likely to be the result of measurement errors.
The difference between galaxy measurements and cosmological model predictions is an old surprise for astronomers. These recent findings provide new credible evidence that something is really wrong with our standard cosmological model.
The Hubble Space Telescope by NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) has been administering unprecedented images of the universe for more than three decades. This powerful scientific instrument recently surpassed the record of more than 1 billion seconds of activity in space, and even though NASA's larger Space telescope, the next generation James Webb Space Telescope, is now open in Space to capture magnificent images of the universe. Will be ready, will continue to operate.
Cover Photo: Hubble's deep look at two distant
galaxies; The NGC 105 spiral galaxy is seen in the center of the
Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, D. Jones, A. Riess et al .; Acknowledgment: R. Colombari
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