Hand of God found in NASA images (Photo)

A NASA telescope image captured what was called as the 'Hand of God' - a cosmic phenomenon produced in the space. It occurred when a star exploded and diffused huge amount of cloud-like materials.

The 'Hand of God' photo gathered through NASA X-ray present a unique facade of what can be called as, like a pulsar wind nebula that was given birth via star explosion in a supernova.
Hand of God

The said pulsar spins around seven times per second while blowing volumes of particles into the material emitted during a star's natural struggle in the space world.

Scientists are still unsure though, if what appeared as the 'Hand of God' is some special interaction of certain materials and the pulsar particles. So much so, if it is some kind of an optical illusion.
We don't know if the hand shape is an optical illusion
With NuSTAR, the hand looks more like a fist, which is giving us some clues.
Some may think that the 'Hand of God' is just one bare example of pareidolia, a "psychological phenomenon of perceiving familiar shapes in random or vague images". The images may look like animals, or human faces and the like.

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