This amazing image of a nebula near a pulsar has been nicknamed the "Hand of God" by the people at NuSTAR, NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array.

The picture is compiled from X-ray images of a pulsar wind nebula, the leftover material from a star that exploded.

Scientists say that one of the big mysteries of the object is whether the material is actually shaped like a hand, or if the particles from the pulsar is interacting with the material in a specific way to make it appear that way.

Read a more detailed analysis of the image from NASA's NuSTAR site here.