Galaxy smashes into see by Hubble Telescope Video

The Astronomers are learning a wispy rose-shaped galaxy some 350 million light years away, give the impression of being for clues to the violent extensive collision that likely created this celestial bloom and the Hubble Space Telescope captured full images of the galaxy dubbed PGC 6240, with its hazy petal-like shells that turn out to be more and more sparse as they get further away from the galaxy's light center.

The PGC 6240, which sits in the snake-shaped southern constellation of Hydrus, is bordered by globular cluster of stars in general, these tightly packed galactic groupies would be the about same age, other than not the ones approximately PGC 6240. Its clusters are varied, with several old stars and some unexpected young stars for the most part likely details for these relatively new stars and the concentric shell organization is a smashup of two galaxies.

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