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  • Lucia P.

    How cool is that!?!---NASA's Spitzer Finds Galaxy With Split Personality: While some galaxies are rotund and others are slender disks like our spiral Milky Way, new observations from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope show that the Sombrero galaxy is both. The galaxy, which is a round elliptical galaxy with a thin disk embedded inside, is one of the first known to exhibit characteristics of the two different types.

  • Joshua Morris

    Sombrero Galaxy Courtesy NASA's Spitzer Telescope

  • Ellen Whelan

    Space pictures are so beautiful.

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