images revealed by NASA
Cosmic Tarantula captured by Webb's Telescope :
the James Webb Telescope is a space telescope with a focus on infrared astronomy.
The nebula in the middle of the image has been hollowed out by radiation from young stars, which glow pale blue.
The nebula, which is 161,000 light-years away, is the Milky Way's closest galaxy with the biggest star-forming region.
The hottest and largest stars currently known can be found in the Tarantula Nebula.
astronomers find the nebula intriguing due to its chemical makeup which is similar to the vast star-forming areas seen at the universe's "cosmic noon."
Only the nebula's densest outer regions are able to withstand erosion by these stars' stellar winds, creating pillars that seem to face the cluster.
Astronomers are now able to compare observations of star formation in the Tarantula Nebula with those of far-off galaxies from the time of cosmic noon.
The Tarantula Nebula, which gets its name from the way it resembles a tarantula's web, has been the focus of astronomical study since a long time.