Transaction Details

 
Transaction Hash:
0xd4ae22c9a0a60fe5f73269a1b71fe4bad79fe5fa0e38d91621ed304b7751f7f2
Status:
Success
Block:
15151456 993829 Block Confirmations
Timestamp:
146 days 2 hrs ago (Jul-16-2022 03:59:38 AM +UTC) | Confirmed within 30 secs

Sponsored:

From:
ENS Name mal1.eth
To:
Contract 0xf74b146ce44cc162b601dec3be331784db111dc1 (Zora Labs: Contract Factory)

Value:
0 Ether ($0.00)
Transaction Fee:
0.05007432959348768 Ether

Gas Price:
0.00000001319445517 Ether (13.19445517 Gwei)
Ether Price:
$1,356.31 / ETH
Gas Limit & Usage by Txn:
4,014,954 | 3,795,104 (94.52%)
Gas Fees:
Base: 12.19445517 Gwei |Max: 16.433607325 Gwei |Max Priority: 1 Gwei
Burnt & Txn Savings Fees:
🔥 Burnt: 0.04627922559348768 Ether ($59.26) 💸 Txn Savings: 0.01229291930004912 Ether ($15.74)

Other Attributes:
Txn Type: 2 (EIP-1559) Nonce: 1211 Position In Block: 325
Input Data:


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The contract call From 0x7e5507281f62c0f8d666beaea212751cd88994b8 To 0xf74b146ce44cc162b601dec3be331784db111dc1 produced 1 Internal Transaction
Type Trace Address From To Value Gas Limit
create_0_1_10xf74b146ce44cc162b601dec3be331784db111dc1  0x157e9b59493c2f9e9dd92b0726d7d9ab3519802d0 Ether3,747,385
Transaction Receipt Event Logs
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  • description :An enormous mosaic of Stephan’s Quintet is the largest image to date from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope, covering about one-fifth of the Moon’s diameter. It contains over 150 million pixels and is constructed from almost 1,000 separate image files. The visual grouping of five galaxies was captured by Webb’s Near-Infrared Camera (NIRCam) and Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI).\n\nWith its powerful, infrared vision and extremely high spatial resolution, Webb shows never-before-seen details in this galaxy group. Sparkling clusters of millions of young stars and starburst regions of fresh star birth grace the image. Sweeping tails of gas, dust and stars are being pulled from several of the galaxies due to gravitational interactions. Most dramatically, Webb’s MIRI instrument captures huge shock waves as one of the galaxies, NGC 7318B, smashes through the cluster. These regions surrounding the central pair of galaxies are shown in the colors red and gold.\n\nThis composite NIRCam-MIRI image uses two of the three MIRI filters to best show and differentiate the hot dust and structure within the galaxy. MIRI sees a distinct difference in color between the dust in the galaxies versus the shock waves between the interacting galaxies. The image processing specialists at the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore opted to highlight that difference by giving MIRI data the distinct yellow and orange colors, in contrast to the blue and white colors assigned to stars at NIRCam’s wavelengths. \n\nTogether, the five galaxies of Stephan’s Quintet are also known as the Hickson Compact Group 92 (HCG 92). Although called a “quintet,” only four of the galaxies are truly close together and caught up in a cosmic dance. The fifth and leftmost galaxy, called NGC 7320, is well in the foreground compared with the other four. NGC 7320 resides 40 million light-years from Earth, while the other four galaxies (NGC 7317, NGC 7318A, NGC 7318B, and NGC 7319) are about 290 million light-years away. This is still fairly close in cosmic terms, compared with more distant galaxies billions of light-years away. Studying these relatively nearby galaxies helps scientists better understand structures seen in a much more distant universe.\n\nThis proximity provides astronomers a ringside seat for witnessing the merging of and interactions between galaxies that are so crucial to all of galaxy evolution. Rarely do scientists see in so much exquisite detail how interacting galaxies trigger star formation in each other, and how the gas in these galaxies is being disturbed. Stephan’s Quintet is a fantastic “laboratory” for studying these processes fundamental to all galaxies.\n\nTight groups like this may have been more common in the early universe when their superheated, infalling material may have fueled very energetic black holes called quasars. Even today, the topmost galaxy in the group – NGC 7319 – harbors an active galactic nucleus, a supermassive black hole that is actively accreting material.\n\nIn NGC 7320, the leftmost and closest galaxy in the visual grouping, NIRCam was remarkably able to resolve individual stars and even the galaxy’s bright core. Old, dying stars that are producing dust clearly stand out as red points with NIRCam.\n\nThe new information from Webb provides invaluable insights into how galactic interactions may have driven galaxy evolution in the early universe.\n\nAs a bonus, NIRCam and MIRI revealed a vast sea of many thousands of distant background galaxies reminiscent of Hubble’s Deep Fields.\n\nNIRCam was built by a team at the University of Arizona and Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Technology Center.\n\nMIRI was contributed by ESA and NASA, with the instrument designed and built by a consortium of nationally funded European Institutes (The MIRI European Consortium) in partnership with JPL and the University of Arizona.\n\nFor a full array of Webb’s first images and spectra, including downloadable files, please visit: https://webbtelescope.org/news/first-images \n\nCredits:\nIMAGE: NASA, ESA, CSA, STScI
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578
Address
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CreatedDrop (index_topic_1 address creator, index_topic_2 address editionContractAddress, uint256 editionSize)View Source

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