Even from our limited view here on Earth we know that outer space is a place of vast emptiness. That knowledge is what makes this look at NGC 6380 all the more surreal.
This latest Hubble image share highlights the globular cluster that’s gone by many (and, as NASA notes, fairly boring) names since its existence was first recorded in 1826. The actual sight of NGC 6380 is anything but boring, however.
Look at this marvelous starscape….
The globular cluster NGC 6380, as captured by Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3.
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