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The hidden dark side of NGC 24

The hidden dark side of NGC 24

In this image taken by the Hubble Space Telescope you can see the spiral galaxy ESO 510-G13. It is located in the constellation Hydra (The Water Snake

This Hubble Heritage image of ESO shows a galaxy that has an unusual twisted disk structure, first seen in ground-based photographs. Credit: NASA/ESA and The Hubble Heritage Team STScI/AURA

Hubble's newest camera takes a deep look at two merging galaxies

Comment Below Credit : Hubble's newest camera takes a deep look at two merging galaxies,Credit: NASA, Holland Ford (JHU), the ACS Science Team and ESA

An “Einstein Ring”or gravitational lensing at work: the blue galaxy is behind the yellow galaxy but we can see it because the light from the far galaxy gets wrapped around by the closer galaxy. Photo NASA/Hubble

This is an “Einstein Ring” or gravitational lensing. The blue galaxy is behind the yellow galaxy. We can see the blue galaxy because light from the far galaxy gets wrapped around by the closer galaxy. Photo courtesy of Hubble.

This image shows the star-forming galaxy UGC 5797. Image credit: ESA / Hubble / NASA / Luca Limatola.

This image shows the star-forming galaxy UGC Image credit: ESA / Hubble / NASA / Luca Limatola.

Oct. 13, 2016 Hubble Reveals Observable Universe Contains 10 Times More Galaxies Than Previously Thought

Hubble Finds 10 Times More Galaxies Than Thought

This Hubble Space Telescope view reveals thousands of galaxies stretching back into time across billions of light-years of space. The image covers a portion of a large galaxy census called the Great Observatories Origins Deep Survey (GOODS).

Arp 142, a pair of galaxies that resemble a penguin and an egg, in a new image from the Hubble Telescope.

Arp 142

Arp a pair of galaxies that resemble a penguin and an egg, in a new image from the Hubble Telescope.

ARP81 Wallpaper | Hubble Space Telescope of the galaxy ARP91… | Stuart Rankin | Flickr

Stuart Rankin, Wallpaper Hubble Space Telescope of the galaxy ((but is this not the Glaucus atlanticus in space form))

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