Hubble has provided the most perfect view of a gorgeous spiral galaxies


Put it in a postcard.

We cannot guarantee a perfect photo opp from our Fixed Point floating space rock called Earth. The space is huge, and three-dimensional. Things don’t always act and NGC5468 and, in this image taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.

Hubble has provided the most perfect view of a gorgeous spiral galaxies

Image: ESA/Hubble&NASA, W. Li et al. Acknowledgement: Judy Schmidt(Geckzilla)

Spiral galaxies, emphasizing the United States Space Agency on a Friday Posts more than 130 million light-years away in point of space we call home. Our face to see NGC5468 makes it easier to find the large-scale explosion to create the collapse of stars, or supernovae.

According to NASA, NGC5468 there have been five separate supernova in the last 20 years. I’m not familiar enough with the star drawing show you in this image to those of the previous stop possible position, or if this is even possible.

But the image speaks for itself, this is the real reason we’re here. If you want more, just spend a while browsing through the Hubble telescope of the vast archives.



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