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NGC 3521: Galaxy in a Bubble

NGC Galaxy in a Bubble Image Credit & Copyright: R Jay Gabany (Blackbird Obs.), Collaboration: David Martinez- Delgado (MPIA, IAC), et al. Gorgeous spiral galaxy NGC 3521 is a mere 35 million light- years away, toward the constellation Leo.

1998. What may first appear as a sunny side up egg is actually NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope's face-on snapshot of the small spiral galaxy NGC 7742. But NGC 7742 is not a run-of-the-mill spiral galaxy. In fact, this spiral is known to be a Seyfert 2 active galaxy, a type of galaxy that is probably powered by a black hole residing in its core.

NGC 7742 small spiral Galaxy NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope's face-on snapshot. NGC 7742 a Seyfert 2 active galaxy, a type of galaxy that is probably powered by a black hole residing in its core.

The Triangulum Emission Nebula - NGC 604

The Triangulum Emission Nebula - NGC 604 Located million light-years away in the constellation Triangulum lies the massive nebula known as NGC

NGC 1514, a planetary nebula, also known as the Crystal Ball Nebula, is in the constellation Taurus at a distance of 800 light-years.

thinkcosmos: “NGC 1514 by Bob Franke William Herschel discovered NGC 1514 and The planetary nebula, also known as the Crystal Ball Nebula, is in the constellation Taurus at a distance of

Tarantula Nebula, aka 30 Doradus & NGC 2070, a large celestial region that is more than 170,000 ly away. weareallstarstuff

Tarantula Nebula, aka 30 Doradus & NGC a large celestial region that…

Reflection Nebula NGC 2170 in the constellation Monoceros. Discovered October 16, 1784 by William Hersch.

NGC 2170 is a reflection nebula in the constellation Monoceros. It was discovered on October 1784 by William Herschel.

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