NASA finds mysterious question mark in space

The James Webb Telescope published an image of the Herbig-Haro 46/47 star cluster where several Internet users found the curious formation.

NASA recently found a mysterious symbol in the form of a question mark. Last July 26, the Space Agency published an image of the star cluster Herbig-Haro 46/47. It was a photograph taken by the James Webb telescope with the intention of showing two baby stars and how they had formed, as they explained in their social networks:

However, Internet users soon took notice of something else. Right next to one of the baby stars, several users found a kind of question mark that attracted more attention than the discovery made by the NASA telescope:

It is not known what exactly that strange question mark is. However, the representatives of the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore assured on the specialized website, that it could be a galaxy located millions of light-years away: "It is probably a distant galaxy, or potentially interacting galaxies. Their interactions may have caused the distorted question mark-shape."

They do know for sure that whatever the question mark is, it is far away from our galaxy. Something that, they explained, they can confirm due to the red color of the objects.