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These two galaxiescollectively known as Arp 147 are located about

These two galaxiescollectively known as Arp 147 are located about

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This pair of gravitationally interacting galaxies, known as Arp is located some 326 million light-years from Earth in the southern cons.

Somewhere in that arm that unites these interacting galaxies (Arp , there's a civilization enjoying one of the best views in the Universe, ...

VV also known as Arp provides a textbook example of colliding galaxies seen in the early stages of their interaction. The edge-on galaxy near the top of the ...

So as we “dance beneath the diamond sky” it is the smoke rings, beautiful in their simplicity, that make the “foggy ruins of time” crystal clear.

APOD Collection: Peculiar Galaxies (Arp)

A black hole in the hair of the #Medusa | This composite image of the

Galactic Waltz The interplay of their gravitational forces bends two spiral galaxies, collectively known as Arp

This new Hubble Space Telescope image shows two galaxies from the cluster SDSS J1531+3414

Starship Asterisk*

The interplay of their gravitational forces bends two spiral galaxies, collectively known as Arp 273

Antennae Galaxies - Image: VLT Observes the Antennae Galaxies

Hubble Interacting Galaxy Arp 148 (2008-04-24).jpg

M64: The Black Eye Galaxy : This big, bright, beautiful spiral galaxy is Messier 64, often called the Black Eye Galaxy or the Sleeping Beauty Galaxy for its ...

Antennae Galaxies - Ground-based visible light image of the Antennae Galaxies NGC 4038 and

1) The merging Antennae galaxies. As the two galaxies smash together, billions of stars are born, mostly in groups and clusters of stars.

The Hubble Deep Field

Arp 147, Interacting Galaxies, Composite - Stock Image

Arp 194. The third galaxy at the bottom of the image is actually a further object, not part of the system.

Credit: W. Keel (Univ. Alabama), K. Borne (George Mason Univ.

The spiky stars in the foreground of this sharp cosmic portrait are well within our own Milky Way Galaxy. The two eye-catching galaxies lie far beyond the ...

Large galaxies usually are either elliptical or spiral; Centaurus A however, seems to be both at the ...

Spiral galaxies with one heavy arm[edit]

There are two things you'll notice about these galaxies:

NGC 1291 - Image: PIA18847 Galaxy NGC1291 IR Spitzer ST 20141022

And occasionally double rings of different colours, such as Arp 147 :

Ring galaxy - Image: A Cosmic Hit and Run

The object on the left is clearly experiencing an interaction of some kind, with a long (though faint) stellar tail) leading north-east* which seems to be ...

NGC 1512 - Image: NGC 1512

Interacting galaxy pair Arp 261.

NGC 5257 and NGC 5258 (Arp 240), interacting pair of spiral galaxies.

Galaxy Arp 273

Some rings seem to orbit their galaxy at approximately right-angles to their disc, so-called "polar ring" galaxies such as NGC 660 :

Galaxies with adjacent loops[edit]

(NASA) Arp 159 and NGC 4725. Image Credit & Copyright: Stephen Leshin

The Tadpole Galaxy (UGC 10214; Arp 188). The "narrow filament", which appears to be tidal feature caused by a gravitational interaction, ...

This image shows several blue, loop-shaped objects that are multiple images of the same galaxy, duplicated by the gravitational lens effect of the cluster ...

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A Cluster of Galaxies 9 Billion Years Ago

Credit: J. A. Westphal (Caltech), STScI, ...

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Megamasers are intensely bright, around 100 million times brighter than the masers found in galaxies ...

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Image. This phenomenon of two colliding galaxies, collectively known as Arp ...

Some rings seem to orbit their galaxy at approximately right-angles to their disc, so-called "polar ring" galaxies such as NGC 660 :

NGC 262

NGC 1300

Messier 74

The Ant Nebula

That would be Centaurus A, only 11 million light-years distant. Spanning over 60,000 light-years, the peculiar elliptical galaxy is also known ...

For example, a significant minority display not spiral features but rings, which come in many varieties. Some, like the famous Cartwheel galaxy, ...

Our Neighbor Andromeda. Source: ESA/Herschel/PACS/SPIRE/J. FRITZ, U. Gent; X-ray: ESA/XMM/Newton/EPIC/W. Pietsch, MPE. The spiral galaxy ...

SDSS image of spiral galaxy NGC 772 and elliptical galaxy 770, collectively known as Arp

SDSS image of region near spiral galaxy NGC 772 and elliptical galaxy 770, collectively known

Merging Galaxies Trigger a Raging Starburst

NGC 1672

The Carina Nebula

This color image was taken using the Hubble Space Telescope's Wide Field Camera 3 in December 2009.

Although there are larger spirals, for the most part their discs are not very much larger than that of our own Galaxy - maybe a factor of two or three at ...

AM 0500-620

SDSS image of lenticular galaxy NGC 794

Even though I disagree with most of it, I highly recommend Dressler's 2004 conference proceedings, "Star forming galaxies in clusters" for further reading ...

NASA Finds "The Hidden Galaxy"

NGC 5331, containing NGC 5331-1 (up) and 5331-2 (below), is a pair of interacting spiral galaxies that mirror each other as they begin to “hold their arms”.

ESO image of spiral galaxy NGC 253, also known as the Sculptor Galaxy, or

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SDSS image of elliptical galaxy NGC 770, part of Arp 78

Standard image ...

Messier 54

Plate 6.1 Central part of the Milky Way above ALMA antennae. The Milky Way appears like an edge-on galaxy with the striking obscuring band crossing the ...

Mass density of stars of the target galaxy, projected in the y–z plane

CL0024+17

Standard image ...

The collisional galaxy system AM1724-622, nick-named the “Sacred Mushroom.” The strong ring wave of the primary galaxy was almost certainly induced by an ...

15) A pair of gravitationally interacting galaxies called Arp 147

The image looks so odd because there are no tidal interactions – just two galaxies in exactly the same line of sight.

Barnard's Galaxy

ESO image of spiral galaxy NGC 253, also known as the Sculptor Galaxy, or

The Milky Way is bit of a barrier between us the extra-galactic universe. Credit: NASA, CC BY

Silverado Galaxy (NGC 3370 or UGC 5887)

NGC 3628

Projected mass density of stars and gas in run C. The simulated target galaxy has

Arp 147, Interacting Galaxies, Ultraviolet - Stock Image