I visit the NASA Photo website quite often and am always impressed by the images we can see from their telescopes.
Most of the time, while I am awed and amazed, I decide against using an image on the archive because it is just “wow”.
Occasionally there is the “WOW” image.
This is one such.
SOURCE:- NASA/ESA/Hubble SM4 ERO
Cauldrons of gas resembling butterfly wings and heated to more than 20,000 degrees Celsius tear across space at nearly 1,000,000km/h (fast enough to travel from Earth to the moon in 24 minutes). A dying star that was once about five times the mass of the Sun has ejected its envelope of gases and is unleashing a stream of ultraviolet radiation that is making the cast-off material glow. Photo released September 9, 2009.