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Hubble House Telescope spots a galaxy with a wierd form

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Brilliant purple “blossoms” of star formation stand out in a brand new picture of an unconventional galaxy. 

A brand new photograph from the Hubble House Telescope captures a dwarf irregular galaxy referred to as NGC 1156. Positioned 25 million light-years from Earth within the constellation Aries, NGC 1156 boasts a singular construction in contrast to most different galaxies — a “marvel of galactic morphology,” in keeping with a press release from the European House Company (ESA), which is a accomplice on the mission. 

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