Hubble Investigates an 

Enigmatic Star Cluster

NASA/ESA Hubble Space

 Telescope can peer into an astronomical mystery in search of clues.

Unlike most globular

 clusters, Ruprecht 106 may be what astronomers call a single population globular cluster.

While the majority of

 stars in a globular cluster formed at approximately the same location and time,

It turns out that almost

 all globular clusters contain at least two groups of stars with distinct chemical compositions.

Hubble captured this

 star-studded image using one of its most versatile instruments, the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS).

Much like the stars in globular clusters

 Hubble’s instruments also have distinct generations: ACS is a third-generation instrument which replaced the original Faint Object Camera in 2002.

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