The planetary nebula IC 4634 probe is struck by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2). In this image of Hubble, a dying star has ejected gas around it, the star shining two,S-shaped ejection is revealed. Researchers say that IC 4634, submerged in glowing material at the center, has spread itself outward, projecting its outer layers into space.
The hot core of the star radiates intense ultraviolet radiation onto the lost, gas shells, causing them to glow in rich colors, the researchers believe, a process that may have been far from systematic or cool, as ejected by the star, The different waves of gases suggest that the star had previously ejected the gas, and that recently ejected, tides have formed a rigid S-shape. This image of IC 4634 was created from images passed through five different filters (F487N, F502N, F574M, F656N and F658N), capturing the characteristics of the gaseous in the light emitted by the various elements.
IC 4634 is a planetary nebula; many other objects, such as IC 4634, are also known as planetary nebulae; Planetary nebulae are expanding shells of ionized gas surrounding an older star.They have no relation with the planets. In the 18th century, astronomers looked like planets when viewed with weak telescopes, so they are called planetary nebulae.