The Hubble Space Telescope has captured a majestic spiral galaxy in all its glory.
Spiral galaxies combine swirling windmill arms with scattering sparkling stars, glowing gas blasts, and dark, woven cosmic dust orbits, according to NASA, who posted the stunning picture.
The galaxy, known as NGC 2903, is located approximately 30 million light-years away in Leo's constellation Leo, says the space agency.
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It was investigated in a Hubble study of the central regions of about 145 nearby disk galaxies.
Hubble was launched in Low Earth's orbit in 1990 is a joint project between NASA and the European Space Agency. It has captured many great images of space over the years.
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"This study should help astronomers better understand the relationship between the black holes. Galaxy cores like these and the rugby ball-shaped bulge of stars, gas and dust in the center of the galaxy – as seen in this image, "said NASA.
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