Look at the most unusual photo of a star with all the possible spectrum of rays

Look at the most unusual photo of a star with all the possible spectrum of rays

This is the first light image that made the latest instrument of the Gemini telescope, using a high-resolution optical spectrograph.

The light that comes out of the stars is full of hidden parts. It can show whether the star is moving. To do so, you have to see how light moves from one end of the spectrum to the other.

The whole spectrum of the star also shows what it's made of, what it is. It can be used to study a variety of indicators, such as age and place of education.

The point is that different elements are otherwise absorbed and radiated by light. Astronomers can look at the more bright and dim wave lengths to determine which elements are present in the atmosphere of stars.

The new image shows the star HD 222925, which is at a very late stage at the end of its life cycle and is about 1,460 light-years away from us. Spectric analysis revealed the number of elements that are in the atmosphere of the star, 65 of them. Most of them are heavy elements that can only be formed in events where a large amount of energy is emitted, such as the impact of a neutron star or supernova.