NASA's NuSTAR telescope has captured a rare occurance surrounding a supermassive black hole. X-rays that usually sit near the black hole, called the corona, have moved closer to the centre over the course of a few days. (Nasa/JPL-Caltech/UCLAMPS/DLR/IDA).
Nasa’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory has allowed for this composite image from the flow of debris in and out of a crater on the giant asteroid Vesta.
The Hubble Space Telescope captured RS Puppis, a Cepheid variable star. The brightness of the star is always changing, and it is currently surrounded by a massive dust cloud.
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