The Hubble Space Telescope has orbited in space for years. Not long ago, they managed to capture unusual images.
Hubble observed other Galaxy
The star formation looks like a rose petal and is in a spiral galaxy called NGC 972. The NGC 972 galaxy itself was discovered by an astronomer named William Herschel in 1784.
Pink-orange light in the galaxy, causes a hydrogen gas reaction to flow out of new-born stars. Bright patches are trapped along with a dark stream of cosmic dust.
Astronomers look for signs of star formation when galaxies are studied through the cosmos. The rate of star formation, location, and history offer clues to how the collection of dust and gas evolved over time.
Generations of new stars contribute to and are influenced by wider forces, as well as factors that form galaxies throughout the universe such as gravity, radiation, and dark matter.