Hubble Telescope captured a picture of two merging galaxies in the ancient universe . Hubble is a joint venture between the American space agency and the European Space Agency .
Over the years, the Hubble Telescope, which has served as the humankind's eye in space, has captured stunning photographs.The huge machine clicked the photo of an unusual galaxy merger in the ancient universe this time.Hubble is a joint venture between the American space agency and the European Space Agency.On Friday, the scientists published the new picture of two merging galaxies captured by the telescope.It shows two galaxies are twisted by gravity and twisted together into a frame.According to Hubble's official Twitter handle, the Arp-Madore catalog is a series of peculiar galaxies spread across the southern sky, containing a collection of subtly interacting galaxies as well as more spectacular colliding galaxies.This striking photo of two interfering galaxies, collectively known as Arp-Madore 417-391, is depicted in this picture.This picture was taken by the telescope using its Advanced Camera for Surveys, which the telescope said is designed to look for galaxies and galaxy clusters in the ancient universe.The image was taken as part of a drive to list unusual objects for future experiments by other ground-based observatories, as well as Hubble's successor, the James Webb Space Telescope. This helps astronomers build up a melangerie of interesting galaxies while utilizing Hubbles' limited observation time as efficiently as possible, according to the featured video of the day.After a BJP MP threatens to close the bus stop in Karnataka, the Mosque-Like Karnataka bus stop has a new look.
Merge ahead ⚠️— Hubble (@NASAHubble) November 25, 2022
This #HubbleFriday image showcases the peculiar galaxy merger known as Arp-Madore 417-391.
At 671 million light-years away, this merger is the result of two galaxies that were distorted by gravity and twisted together into a ring: https://t.co/Y5mWGbAAb8 pic.twitter.com/N87m2etW82