All galaxies are good galaxies, just like all dogs. But something about a spiral galaxy just makes my heart happy. Perhaps it is the chaotic feeling of symmetry. Perhaps it’s because our own Milky Way is spiral-shaped. I’m feeling incredibly moved by a brand-new Hubble Space Telescope photograph of the spiral galaxy NGC 1961.
180 million light-years away in the constellation Camelopardalis, often known as the Giraffe, lies a beautiful spiral galaxy.
© Provided by CNET
On Wednesday, NASA released the Hubble photograph. The astronomy agency used poetic language when it remarked, “Glittering, blue patches of dazzling young stars dot the dusty spiral arms looping around the galaxy’s luminous center.”
There are different kinds of spiral galaxies. NGC 1961 is categorized by NASA as an intermediate spiral galaxy. Its intermediate classification places it in the middle of the spectrum between spiral galaxies with prominent bars of stars at their cores and those without.
By: Miss Cherry May Timbol – Independent Reporter
You can support my work directly on Patreon or Paypal
Contact by mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact by mail: email@example.com