Galactic diversity captured in new photo from the Hubble Telescope

Several galaxies glow against the dark background of space in an image recently released by the Hubble Space Telescope.

The image captures several spiral and irregular galaxies in the constellation of Hercules. The most visible galaxy, named LEDA 58109 or MCG+07-34-030, is isolated at the top right of the image. It has a shiny nucleus and exhibits a spiral structure, similar to ours milky way galaxy.

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