The picture shows the galaxy looks like quite a thick stripe with a bright flash in the middle.
Orbital telescope “Hubble” (NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope), in spite of its age (more than a quarter century), continues to make great pictures of the Universe, reports the online edition of the Chronicle.info with reference to 3dnews.ru.
This time National Board of the USA on Aeronautics and research of space administration (NASA) published the image of galaxy with the designation NGC 1032. It is located in the constellation Cetus at a distance of about 100 million light years from us.
NGC 1032 is a spiral galaxy. Such objects are inside the disc sleeves bright star origin, which is almost logarithmically extend from the bulge — bright Central part.
However, in this photo of the spiral structure of the galaxy can not be seen. The fact that the object is photographed “from the rib”. The picture shows the galaxy looks like quite a thick stripe with a bright flash in the middle.
It should be noted that the photo shows and other spiral galaxies, located at different angles to NGC 1032. Some of them are quite well visible characteristic structure with sleeves.