The advanced Hubble Telescope captures images of galaxy collisions

The advanced Hubble Telescope, produced by NASA in cooperation with the European Space Agency, has captured new images of galaxies colliding with each other.

And the American and European agencies revealed the truth about the capture of the Hubble image of Arp-Madore 417-391, a strange galaxy collision about 670 million light-years away.

The image captured the merger using the Advanced Camera for Surveys, which has helped detect exotic galaxies and even dark matter.

Orbiters are often used by researchers to build a catalog of follow-up observations for the much newer James Webb Telescope, which has sometimes been used in conjunction with Hubble to study space objects.

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