This galaxy, called NGC 3314, is as strange as it is beautiful. A few hundred million years ago, two large spiral galaxies interacted gravitationally, causing them to line up almost perfectly — a move that explains this region’s unconventional appearance. Also pictured here, among the glow of background stars, are the galaxy’s sprawling, spiral dust lanes, which are prevalent throughout and help contribute to the galaxy’s structure. NGC 3314 can be found in the constellation of Hydra more than 140 million light-years from Earth. Image Credit: Hubble Legacy Archive, ESA, NASA
Contemporary Framed Print with Snow White Mount in Solid Wood Black Frame (not MDF)
Giclee printed on Fine Art Paper using UV stable inks
Frame Style :
Black Solid Wood frame with perspex front ready to hang.