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Hubble space telescope makes blur-free picture of colliding galaxies
Science NASA's Hubble space telescope has taken a picture of two galaxies in collision. The two galaxies were in 1784 already discovered, but were, despite their strange shape-long since for a single system. The incredible images from Hubble show in detail how the two ruimtereuzen slide into each other.

The systems, which in astronomical circles known under the common name, NGC 6052, and are about 230 million light-years from earth in the constellation of Hercules. Discoverer William Herschel (1738-1822) thought wrongly that a single galaxy. the

“Long ago, the gravity of the two galaxies towards each other and brought them into the chaotic state that we now observe,” writes the space agency NASA on its website. “The star of the original system will now follow new jobs, which are caused by the effects of gravity.”

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