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Hubble captures new "lightsaber" star

2015年 12月 19日 星期六 - 00:52

New images captured by the Hubble space telescope shows a cluster of stars -- forming what looks like a double-bladed ''lightsaber'' -- an image that will likely excite Star Wars fans. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.

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A star is born -- actually a cluster of them. New images of this spectacular process released by NASA appears to have been inspired by the new Star Wars film "The Force Awakens." -- says NASA'S Dr. Jennifer Wiseman. (SOUNDBITE) (English) DR. JENNIFER WISEMAN SAYING: "To us, this particular protostar system looks like a double-bladed lightsaber, which is timely with all the Star Wars frenzy going on right now, but we are seeing a birth stage of a new star system." The image captured by the Hubble Telescope shows dark clouds with a long gold line through it -- an image some say resemble a Jedi's robe behind a massive saber -- just in time as the latest addition to the Star Wars saga is released .

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Hubble captures new "lightsaber" star

2015年 12月 19日 星期六 - 00:52