NEVER SEEN BEFORE IMAGES OF DISTANT STARS AND SPIRAL GALAXIES

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This image displays two spiral galaxies tangled together. This event happened some billions of lightyears away from the earth but it's not an actual overlap.

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The spiral galaxies seem to be extremely popular with Nasa as these spiral stars could provide a lot of knowledge about early universe.

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This glittering gathering of star was captured by Hubble and posted on Nasa's website. Such clusters are closely bound containing millions of stars.

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This marvelous galaxy captured by Hubble doesn't posses the very prominent spiraling structure that usually the galaxies have. The red clouds are said to be locations of star formation.

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This cluster of stars named as NGC 6540, belongs to the saggitarious constellation. This is a globular cluster which are known to be stable. 

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This celestial cloud space is the colorful region in the Orion Nebula. This Nebula surrounds the Herbig-Haro object, HH 505. The HH are luminous region that surround a new born stars.

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In a rare capture, Hubble saw a red supergiant named star Betegueuse blow it's top in 2019. While it lost a substantial part of visible surface, it recovered over a period.