Nasa shares pic of celestial object that is 390 million light-years far, netizens call it 'beautiful'

A astronomical particle called fZ 229-15 is about 390 million light-years away from Earth. The astronomical object is located in the Lyra region. 

Z 229-15, a celestial object about 390 million light-years from Earth, was captured in breathtaking pictures by the Hubble Space Telescope of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa). 

The astronomical object is located in the Lyra region. According to a statement released by NASA, "Z 229-15 is one of those interesting celestial objects that, should you choose to research it, you will find defined as several different things: sometimes as an active galactic nucleus (an AGN), sometimes as a quasar, and sometimes as a Seyfert galaxy." 

According to NASA, an active galactic nucleus (AGN) is a small area at the center of some galaxies that is considerably brighter than the galaxy's stars. A type of AGN known as a quasar is exceedingly brilliant and situated far from Earth.Seyfert galaxies are dynamic galaxies that continue to be observable while supporting bright AGNs. 

It depicts a twisting nebula. According to NASA, it has two nearly straight limbs that emerge from the galaxy's center and connect to a band of stars at its border. The band has a golden, brilliant center and a blue exterior. Another dim ring of light surrounds the galaxy. 

One brilliant star with many diffraction spikes and a few small stars are on a dark backdrop. Just two days ago, this article was circulated. It has received more than a lakh likes since it was posted. 

Even more people have remarked on the image. See a few responses below: Someone commented, "Thank you for sharing it. It's really fascinating. 

Someone else commented, "Awesome work Hubble. I really enjoy your photos; many thanks. A third person commented, "That is so amazing and very intriguing to see and learn. A fourth person said, "Wow! So gorgeous.