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James Webb telescope: Massive jets and shocks are released by a baby star

This stunning new photo taken by the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) may provide some insight.

A star that is likely no older than 50,000 years is emerging toward the center of this object, known as HH212.

When our Sun was the same age, the scene would have appeared substantially the same.

The protostar itself is obscured by a thick, spinning disk of gas and dust, making it impossible to see the glow from it directly.

It shoots out pinky-red jets in both directions, and that’s all you get to see.

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Sited is HH212.


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