Hubble Space Telescope Traces Outer Reaches of a Galaxy.

A galaxy has been seen in the universe, which is exactly like our Milky Way galaxy in appearance, the glossy streak of this galaxy is spotted with luminous blisters and material pockets, it is a spiral galaxy similar to the Milky Way.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        NGC 3432 looks at this galaxy, which is directly oriented to us from our vantage point on Earth.  Because the spiral arms and luminous cores of the galaxy are hidden, and we see a thin strip of its very outer reaches.  Dark bands of the same Cosmic Dust, and patches of varying brightness and pink fields of star formation help create the true shape of NGC 3432 – but it’s somewhat challenging right now!  And Observatories like the NASA / ESA Hubble Space Telescope have seen spiral galaxies in every way, and NASA astronomers can tell, that when we are there, what looks like the NGC 3432 galaxy from one side.

  In the same universe, the galaxy is located in Leo Minor’s constellation.  And this is the other telescope in which NGC 3432 is included as a sightseeing, and it has Sloan Digital Sky Survey, Galaxy Evolution Explorer, and Infrared Astronomical Satellite (IRAS).

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