This view, captured by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, shows a nearby spiral galaxy known as NGC 1433. At about 32 million light-years from Earth, it is a type of very active galaxy known as a Seyfert galaxy — a classification that accounts for 10% of all galaxies. They have very bright, luminous centers that are comparable in brightness to that of our entire galaxy, the Milky Way.

This view, captured by the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, shows a nearby spiral galaxy known as NGC 1433. At about 32 million light-years from Earth, it is a type of very active galaxy known as a Seyfert galaxy — a classification that accounts for 10% of all galaxies. They have very bright, luminous centers that are comparable in brightness to that of our entire galaxy, the Milky Way.

NASA - Hubble Sees a Horsehead of a Different Color

Hubble Sees a Horsehead of a Different Color

Hubble Sees A Smiling Lens

Hubble Sees a Smiling Lens

you've got time for a bit of breathless? after we watched this -- you wonder if there was a more efficient way to do a lot of things? new baby orangutan winning hearts Hubble Spots a Cluster of Galaxies That Looks like --- a Massive Smiley Face? ahhhh --

Hubble Eyes Galaxy as Flat as a Pancake | NASA

Hubble Eyes Galaxy as Flat as a Pancake

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