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Remove Image from Favorite List PIA11749 Comet Hubble Space Telescope
Advanced Camera for Surveys
2009-01-07 846x916x3
These bright arrowheads, or bow shocks, can be seen in these four images taken with NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. The bow shocks form when the stars’ powerful stellar winds, streams of matter flowing from the stars, slam into surrounding dense gas.
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Stellar Interlopers Caught Speeding Through Space