The universe is filled with inexplicable, prepossessing and
dangerous phenomenon. Who can forget the trips to space auditoriums, when we
felt like walking amongst the stars?

NASA has managed to capture yet another
mesmerizing picture. It would make you want to go back to childhood and work
hard to become an astronaut just to be able to take a walk amongst the stars.

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The space agency is very active on social media platforms and
keeps on amazing us with beautiful captures. They recently shared a picture
captioned on one their Instagram handles, ‘✋The hand-shaped structure, seen in
gold in these images, is a nebula of energy & particles blown by a #pulsar left
behind after a star exploded. The pulsar, known as PSR B1509-58, is about 19
kilometers (12 miles) in diameter and it’s spinning around almost 7 times per

The golden structure resembles a human’s hand. It seems like the formation
is trying to convey something deeper. It appeals to the artist and philosopher in all of us. Formulating out of nothingness, the
picture has us on our toes in excitement.

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However, before you get excited and start formulating alien
theories. According to the post’s caption, the hand shaped structure is a nebula of
energy and particles blown by a pulsar left behind after a star exploded.

A user commented, “I see a jester with a pointy nose”.

The image has amassed over 24,000 liked and can be downloaded as a
wallpaper from the site mentioned in the post’s caption.

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The picture was captured by the Chandra X-ray observatory. It forms
a part of NASA’s fleet of “Great Observatories” in line with the Spitzer Space Telescope
and the Hubble Space Telescope.

They have taken up a new project which can turn images from Chandra
and some other telescopes into sound. This would allow space enthusiasts to be
able to hear the center of the Milky Way Galaxy, a star exploding and much