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    Hubble found that spectral lines in the light from distant galaxies are shifted toward the red (longer wavelength) end of the electromagnetic spectrum. (Credit: JPL)

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This new image shows the results of a vast collision between two galaxies. This strange object is known as NGC 7252, or Arp 226, and has the odd nickname Atoms-for-Peace. The picture was taken at ESOs La Silla Observatory in Chile.