18,700 years ago, a supernova in the Circinus constellation resulted in a neutron star that spins seven times per second, a pulsar 20 kilometers in diameter called PSR B1509-58. Yes, it's either that or God's hand giving us five.
Or maybe it's God reaching for its cosmic burrito, like a commenter says. The image—100 light years long—was captured by the Chandra X-Ray observatory. According to NASA, the "low energy X-rays are in red, medium energies in green, and high energies in blue. The pulsar itself is in the bright central region." [NASA]