An amazing new image of the "CartwheelGalaxy" has just been dropped by NASA's James Webb Space Telescope.
NASA said that the telescope peered into the chaos of the CartwheelGalaxy, which has an active black hole at its center, and that it looked like a wagon wheel.
The European Space Agency notes in its post that this gorgeous capture is not only a feast for the eyes, but it will help astronomer better understand how stars are formed.
This detailed new image taken by #Webb peers into the chaos of the Cartwheel Galaxy The image unveils secrets about star formation ✨ & the galaxy’s central black hole, providing new insights into a galaxy in the midst of a slow transformation 👇 pic.twitter.com/SDTSfrdTdE
— ESA Webb Telescope (@ESA_Webb) August 2, 2022
Located 500 million light-years away in the Sculptor constellation, the CartwheelGalaxy was formed as a result of a high-speed collision between a large spiral galaxy and a smaller one.
According to NASA, the galaxy is in a state of change and will continue to change.
In a post on its account, NASA joked that it was time to "reinvent the wheel" as it continues to change the way we view star formation.
There is a picture of gymnastics in the CartwheelGalaxy.
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