There are a number of myths about the stars. Notwithstanding them, the science revealed so many astonishing facts that enhance our curiosity to know more about celestial body.

Here, we bring pictures of the most luminous stars clicked through satellites:  

R136a1 (in LMC):
RMC 136a1, usually abbreviated as R136a1, is a Wolf-Rayet star located at the center of large open cluster. It lies at a distance of about 163,000 light-years in the large Magellanic cloud.

M33-013406.63:  The Triangulum Galaxy, a spiral galaxy, is approximately 3 million light years from the earth in the constellation Triangulum. The Galaxy is the third largest member of the local group of galaxies, which include the Milky Way, the Andromeda Galaxy and about 44 other smaller galaxies.

WR 25 (HD 93162): It is a Wolf-Rayet star in the turbulent celestial body. WR 25 (HD 93162) is located about 7,500 light years from the earth.

NGC 2363-V1: The star is a luminous blue variable celestial body in the star-forming region NGC 2363. It is situated at the far southwestern part of the irregular galaxy NGC 2366. It was discovered in 1996 by Laurent Drissen.

Eta Carinae: The star is also known as 'η Carinae'. Eta Argus is a stellar system containing at least two stars with a combined luminosity over five million times than the sun.

BAT99-98: The star is a member of  large Magellanic cloud. It is located near the R136 cluster in the 30 Doradus nebula.

BAT99-116: Commonly known as  Melnick 34 or Mk34, it  is a massive luminous Wolf–Rayet star near R136 in the 30 Doradus complex  in the large Magellanic cloud.

Source: Wikipedia

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