NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has captured an image showing two nebulae appearing as one. Both the nebulae are collectively called NGC 248 and reside in the Small Magellanic Cloud.
It can be known that the Small Magellanic Cloud is a dwarf galaxy that is a satellite of our Milky Way galaxy. In the image you can see both the nebulae glowing red.
This is because the intense radiation from the brilliant central stars is heating hydrogen in each of the nebulas."There are actually two nebulae in this #HubbleClassic view!
Appearing as one, they're collectively called NGC 248. They reside in the Small Magellanic Cloud – a satellite galaxy to our Milky Way.Read more on tech.hindustantimes.com