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Hubble Captures Celestial 'Rose'

Hubble Captures Celestial 'Rose'

This breathtaking image, courtesy of the Hubble Telescope, reveals a distant galaxy which boasts a unique, rose-like appearance. Named simply PGC 6240, the floral phenomena is believed to be the result of two galaxies merging, since the newly-formed galaxy features stars of distinctly divergent ages. More on the story at Space.com.

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