NASA released a photo of the NGC 3201 star cluster, which was taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.
The NGC 3201 star cluster is 16,000 light-years away from Earth and is located in the southern constellation Vela. This star cluster was discovered in 1826, and scholars are still trying to unravel the mystery of its origin.
Not long ago, scholars discovered the black hole in the middle of the NGC 3201 star cluster. At that time, a planet was discovered orbiting near an invisible massive satellite. The strange trajectory of the planet led to the discovery of the location of the black hole.
In addition, this cluster has unusual properties that make it unique among the more than 150 star clusters in the Milky Way. One of the features is that the NGC 3201 star cluster has a much higher velocity than the Sun.