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NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer has captured a new view of two companion galaxies -- a somewhat tranquil spiral beauty and its rambunctious partner blazing with smoky star formation.
Hubble has snapped a spectacular view of the largest "player" in the Leo Triplet, a galaxy with an unusual anatomy: it displays asymmetric spiral arms and an apparently displaced core.
The Leo Triplet, consisting of the spiral galaxies M65, the M66, and the NGC 3628, is also called the M66 group. The small group of galaxies is about 35 million light-years in the constellation LEO. In close proximity is the M96 Group. It is believed that these two groups may be separate parts of a much larger group. There is also some group identification algorithms that identify the Leo Triplet at part of the M96 Group. Photo Copyright and Credit
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