Finding the "mystery of the blue nebula" in space
This phenomenon, which was monitored by NASA 16 years ago through the Galis telescope, and the agency (NASA) stated that it had never seen such a phenomenon before.
Recently, the secret behind this was reached in a study published in the journal Nature on the 18th of yesterday, and scientists said about the explanation of this phenomenon that it resulted from a merger between two stars in space when a star almost the size of the sun swallowed a smaller star near it. When it was first seen it was a prominent circle of blue light around a scientifically named star (TYC 2597-735-1).
When the two stars merged, huge clouds of high-temperature fragments burst into space and then split apart by the effects of the gas, and the two stars appear like a central blue ring because one of them is located on the opposite side of planet Earth.
A wide and faint focus of gas appeared in the images next to a brightly shiny star in the middle, and despite this, this blue light cannot be seen by the human eye.