This is the weird shape of the debris shot out of a star called HD 61005 after being warped by solar winds. Could this very well be the natural waste of the universe?

According to Space.com:

The inner, yellow portion of HD 61005's disk spans 5.4 billion miles, or about the width of Neptune's orbit in our own solar system. The outer portions are warped by the interstellar wind. This false-color Hubble view masks the star's direct light to bring out detail in the disk.

via Space.com

Photo: NASA/ESA/D. Hines (Space Science Inst., New Mexico) and G. Schneider (Univ. of Arizona)