NASA shares image of ‘cosmic rose’ made of galaxies

The NASA posted amazing pictures and videos of space with their fans, and this time shared a message about a "cosmic rose" in the cosmos.

The posted includes interaction galaxies Arp 273, a variation of a spiral galaxy UGC 1810 and its galaxy complement known below as the UGC 1813, as shared on the official Instagram of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope.

NASA wrote as she shared the photo, "A cosmic rose, only for you!"

Arp 273 is located in the constellation Andromeda and about 300 million light-years from Earth, according to a blog post from NASA.

The post has gained almost two lakhs since it's posted on Instagram.

One day ago, on its new mission in Mars, Natasa reported another alien, the conversion of Mars carbon dioxide into pure, breathable oxygen, according to the United States Space Agency.

A six-wheel drive rover landed on the Red Planet on 18 Feb after a seven-month trip from the Earth, Perseverance, was able to collect unparalleled oxygen, practically from thin air on Mars, on Tuesday.

The toaster-sized instrument, known as "MOXIE," short for Mars Oxygen In-Situ Resource Use Experiment, provided approximately five gram of oxygen for an astronaut during its first activation, NASA told the audience.