As the “Hand of God” has been nicknamed the energy of a nebula of 17,000 light years captured by NASA telescope, NuSTAR. The phenomenon is powered by a rotating dead star called PSR B1509 -58, or B1509.
According to the Website of NASA, the dead star, called pulsar wind nebula, is the core of the remains of a star which exploded in a supernova. The pulsar is located approximately 19 kilometers in diameter, rotating around almost seven times per second and throwing particles to the material that was affected.
The question that remains regarding this object is whether the pulsar particles interact with the material in a specific way looking like a hand, or if the material is really the shape of a hand.
To Hongjun An from McGill University, Montreal, Canada, it is unknown if the shape of the hand is an optical illusion. The expert also said that trough NuSTAR the hand looks more like a fist which is giving them some clues.