Hubble spots rare gravitational arc from a distant, hefty galaxy cluster. Astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have found a puzzling arc of light behind an extremely massive cluster of galaxies residing 10 billion light-years away.
This image shows a trio of galaxies often called the Draco group because they are located in the northern constellation of Draco. The galaxy on the left is NGC the center is the elliptical galaxy NGC and the bottom right is NGC
Hot stars burn brightly in this new image from NASA's Galaxy Evolution Explorer, showing the ultraviolet side of a familiar face. Approximately million light-years away, the Andromeda galaxy, or is our Milky Way's largest galactic neighbor.