calling all intergalactic chubby chaser baby daddys!
There is a blob in outer space. AND IT IS ALIVE AND LONELY!
New photos from the Hubble Telescope recently released by NASA show a green blob, about the same size as our very own Milky Way GALAXY. The blob creature is GIVING BIRTH to new stars, considered young at a few million years old in remote parts of the galaxy where stars dont normally form.
The pressure that creates the stars causes parts of the blob to collapse which makes it appear ALLLIIIVVEEEE.
Bill Keel, the astronomer who explained the phenomenon, said that parts of the blob are collapsing and that pressure makes "very lonely newborn stars" that are "in the middle of nowhere."
Here is a real picture of the glorious blob: