This  sparkling picture taken by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope shows  the centre of globular cluster M 4. The power of Hubble has resolved the  cluster into a multitude of glowing orbs, each a colossal nuclear  furnace. M  4 is relatively close to us, lying 7200 light-years distant, making it a  prime object for study. It contains several tens of thousand stars and  is noteworthy in being home to many white dwarfs — the cores of ancient, dying stars whose outer layers have drifted away into space. In  July 2003, Hubble helped make the astounding discovery of a planet  called PSR B1620-26 b, 2.5 times the mass of Jupiter, which is located  in this cluster. Its age is estimated to be around 13 billion years —  almost three times as old as the Solar System! It is also unusual in  that it orbits a binary system of a white dwarf and a pulsar (a type of  neutron star). Amateur  stargazers may like to track M 4 down in the night sky. Use binoculars  or a small telescope to scan the skies near the orange-red star Antares  in Scorpius. M 4 is bright for a globular cluster, but it won’t  look anything like Hubble’s detailed image: it will appear as a fuzzy  ball of light in your eyepiece. On  Wednesday 5 September, the European Southern Observatory (ESO) will  publish a wide-field image of M 4, showing the full spheroidal shape of  the globular cluster. See it at on Wednesday.

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