The Hubble Space Telescope caught a picture of an unusual galaxy in feathers in deep space.
Just a few days after the telescope detected a “bat shadow,” Hubble also captured images of the feathered galaxy NGC 2775. It is located 67 million light-years away in the constellation Cancer. Footage published by NASA by the European Space Agency.
“The spiral is striking in its subtle, feathered nature. At the same time, there is practically no star formation in the central part of the galaxy, an unusually large and relatively empty territory dominates, where all the gas has long turned into stars, ”mission experts say.