The Hubble Space Telescope takes a mirror image of the galaxy

NASA’s venerable space telescope sees twice as much as a stunning new image of a distant galaxy.

new photo from Hubble Space Telescope It captures a galaxy called SGAS J143845 + 145407, located in the northern constellation Boötes – one of the largest constellations in the sky. The inverted image of the galaxy in the center of this new image is a powerful result gravity lensIt is an astronomical phenomenon that can distort, enlarge, or even double the appearance of distant galaxies.

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