Hubble Space Telescope’s #3 wide-field camera ( WFC3) has recently managed to capture an admiring image. around the world 350 million light years This distant view consists of two massive galaxies (galaxy) appearing together.
On both the left and right sides of the photo that we will share with you soon two galaxies is located. The one on the left is described as a “lenticular galaxy” and experts call this galaxy “2MASX J03193743+4137580”. The galaxy on the right is called a “spiral galaxy”. If this galaxy is called UGC 2665.
Great photo taken by the Hubble Space Telescope
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Scientists cannot say anything clear about the above image. However, this galaxy cluster one of the largest objects in the universe
It is stated that . On the other hand, although the Hubbe Space Telescope has captured two galaxies in the above image, experts are in this image. that there are thousands of galaxies say.
European Space Agency ( ESA) chose the image that Hubble was able to capture and published it on his website, by choosing “Photo of the Week.” In the explanations about the photo, this photo is WFC3
It was stated that emerged as a result of its ability to capture both normal light and infrared rays.