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Hubble sees galaxies galore

Hubble sees galaxies galore

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This Hubble Heritage image of ESO 510-G13 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

This Hubble Heritage image of ESO 510-G13 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 view of green filament in galaxy 2MASX J22014163+1151237

Hubble view of green filament in galaxy 2MASX J22014163+1151237

Hubble views NGC 4402

Hubble views NGC 4402

The Splinter Galaxy, Also Known As NGC 5907. The faint arching loops extend more than 150,000 light-years from the narrow, edge-on spiral.

The Splinter Galaxy, Also Known As Ngc

The Splinter Galaxy, Also Known As NGC 5907. The faint arching loops extend more than 150,000 light-years from the narrow, edge-on spiral.

Hubble view of M 106

Hubble view of M 106

M 81 (Bode’s Galaxy), M 82 (Cigar Galaxy) and part of IFN,   Messier 81 (Bode’s Galaxy or NGC 3031) and Messier 82 (Cigar Galaxy or NGC 3034) are respectively spiral and starburst galaxy about 12 million light-years away in the constellation Ursa Major.This couple is seen through the faint glow of an Integrated Flux Nebulae (or IFN). Credit: Emil Ivanov

M 81 (Bode’s Galaxy), M 82 (Cigar Galaxy) and part of IFN, Messier 81 (Bode’s Galaxy or NGC 3031) and Messier 82 (Cigar Galaxy or NGC 3034) are respectively spiral and starburst galaxy about 12 million light-years away in the constellation Ursa Major.This couple is seen through the faint glow of an Integrated Flux Nebulae (or IFN). Credit: Emil Ivanov

Peering into the depths of space, the sharp-eyed NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has imaged the nearby but faint dwarf galaxy ESO 540-030. This object itself appears as a huge swarm of dim stars, but ESO 540-030 is actually just one point of interest in the picture.

Peering into the depths of space, the sharp-eyed NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has imaged the nearby but faint dwarf galaxy ESO 540-030. This object itself appears as a huge swarm of dim stars, but ESO 540-030 is actually just one point of interest in the picture.

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