Cepheid Variable Star RS Puppis / Source / by Hubble Heritage
Views of a famous pulsating star, the Cepheid variable V1 in M31, taken nearly 90 years apart, along with a portrait of its galactic home are shown in this image collection. The tiny white box just above center outlines the Hubble Space Telescope view. An arrow points to the Hubble image, taken by the Wide Field Camera 3. The snapshot is blanketed with stars, which look like grains of sand.
This festive NASA Hubble Space Telescope image resembles a holiday wreath made of sparkling lights. The bright southern hemisphere star RS Puppis, at the center of the image, is swaddled in a gossamer cocoon of reflective dust illuminated by the.
Artist's impression of an eclipsing binary system that including a pulsating star called a Cepheid variable. Researchers have recently discovered a new type of variable star that pulsate in two frequencies, the ratio of which is surprising close to the fa
Nasa’s Astronomy Picture Of The Day – Nearby Cepheid Variable RS Pup