The Hubble Space Telescope of NASA has captured one perfect view of a spectacular spiral galaxy that resides within a galaxy. The picture is so beautiful that almost feels surreal.
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There is nothing that can actually guarantee the perfect photo for all the various things that are floating in the vast expanse of the space from this little planet we call Earth. Space is not only vast but is also a three dimensional. Things do not seem to always line up in the perfect shape as is the case for the Spiral galaxy named NGC 5468 in the image captured down below with help of the Hubble Space Telescope.
This surreal-looking Spiral galaxy was highlighted by NASA last week, on Friday. The distance of this galaxy from the Earth is approximately 130 million light-years. The photos captured of the NGC 5468 via Hubble telescope make it easier for everyone to see the spots for the massive explosions that occurred in this galaxy due to Supernova; the creation of stars.
As per the information from NASA, there have occurred almost 5 different types of Supernovae explosions in the NGC 5468 galaxy in the last 20 years.
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