NASA releases ghostly images in the spirit of Halloween

NASA marked Halloween by releasing fascinating and spooky images of the cosmos, that gives the creeps to some and excites others. Some of those were captured by telescopes such as Hubble and Spitzer Space Telescope. Most of these included nebulas and stars colliding with each other and even the Sun looking like jack-o’-lantern. Check out the freaky visuals down below!

This image captured by the Hubble Space Telescope shows two “eyes” which are actually the cores of two colliding galaxies
Image credit: NASA/ESA
This picture released on the time of Halloween shows the active regions on the sun giving it the appearance of a jack-o’-lantern
Image credit: NASA/GSFC/SDO
This image shows the Witch Head nebula, which is estimated to be hundreds of light-years away in the Orion constellation
Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
NASA Spitzer captures a massive star in the center of a cloud of dust and gas creating the "Jack-o-lantern Nebula."
Spitzer captures a massive star in the center of a cloud of dust and gas creating the “Jack-o-lantern Nebula.”
Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech
NASA recently shared this spooky image of asteroid 2015 TB145 which is a dead comet
NASA recently shared this spooky image of asteroid 2015 TB145 which is a dead comet
Image credit: NAIC-Arecibo/NSF
IRAS 05437+2502, also known as Ira’s Ghost, is a small, faint reflection nebula filled with dark dust and a mysterious bright sharp arc
Image credit: ESA/HUBBLE, R. SAHAI, AND NASA

Also, check out the Peculiar image cosmic image captured by Hubble.

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