Polarized light around a young nebula. Named prior to telescopes that revealed its true shape, the Boomerang Nebula is a very cold place with a temperature of about -459 degrees Fahrenheit or 1 K. Credit: NASA, ESA and The Hubble Heritage Team [STScI/AURA].
Motion of a Spinning Top
There are many forms and shapes of spinning tops, and they are put into motion in an interesting variety of ways. Some are spun by snap-twisting a center stem with your fingers and releasing. Others are spun using a cord. Regardless of how the tops are spun, they behave in a similar fashion.