Clouds make many types of shapes in the sky, which attracts us, and in some way in the universe also clouds of gas, dust make many types of shapes, this shape tells a lot about stars. In the darkest corner of the constellation Circinus is the Black Widow Nebula, whose two stars are producing intense radiation and very strong particle winds,causing both radiation and stellar winds to blow dust outward from the star, forming a bubble, and the gas and dust in this bubble have taken on the shape of a spider,which astronomers know as the black widow spider.
Astronomers suspect, as in the case of the Lac Widow Nebula, that the Lac Widow Nebula is a large cloud of gas and dust that condenses to form several clusters of massive star formation, and that these massive stars may be formed. The combined winds probably blew the bubble in the direction of least resistance, forming a double-bubble, For decades, the black widow spider has remained largely invisible, but the dust-piercing, infrared eyes of NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope have caught the black widow spider, astronomers say, that the spider is actually a star of gas and dust.
Taken by the Spitzer Space Telescope, the two opposing bubbles in the image are being created by powerful outflows from giant clusters of stars forming in opposite directions, and newborn stars can be seen as yellow spots in this image, how two bubbles overlap. The Black Widow Nebula was first clearly observed in 2005 by NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope in infrared wavelengths, about 10,000 light-years away from Earth.