Hubble Telescope Captures Stunning Image of Spiral Galaxy

Located 30 million light-years away.

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NASA has just released a stunning image captured by the Hubble Space Telescope. Located in the Leo constellation, NGC 2903 depicts a number of stars and gas nebulae, all spiraling around a center point in space.

The location of NGC 2903 is located roughly 30 million light-years away and was studied as part of Hubble’s survey of 145 nearby disk galaxies. At the center of the image is a rugby ball-shape of stars, dust, and gas making up the galactic bulge.

For more space imaging, the first-ever photo of a black hole was revealed earlier this year.

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