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NASA’s Hubble spots stunning ‘pinwheeling’ galaxy

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NASA released a stunning close-up image of a distant spiral galaxy, the milky way galaxy.

The figure was released on Friday, shows the IC-2051, is a galaxy located in the southern constellation of Mensa (which is also known as the Mountain) is about 85 million light-years away.

According to the space agency, IC 2051, it is a spiral galaxy, can be seen in the swirling, pinwheeling of the arms, and a bar of stars slicing through its center.

“Spiral galaxies like IC 2051, his form is a bit like flying saucers when seen from the side; they consist of a thin, flat disk with a big bulge in the middle, and extends above and below the disc,” the European Space Agency (ESA) has been described, in a statement posted with the picture.

NASA SPOTS A COSMIC “CANDY CANE” IN THE MILKY WAY GALAXY

This image is composed of data from the Hubble telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3 in visible and infrared wavelengths.
(ESA/Hubble & NASA), P. Paul, et al.)

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“These projections are assumed to play an important role in how galaxies evolve, and the effect on the growth of the supermassive black holes lurking in the centers of most spiral,” the ESA said.

Scientists to study this galactic bulges, but they can be complex, compound structures, rather than simply depending on to the space agency.

NASA saw it as a colorful cosmic “candy cane” in the previous week.

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