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James Webb telescope snaps mesmerizing image of Cartwheel Galaxy

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Scientists published the newest images from the James Webb Space Telescope Tuesday. The image shows the outcome of a collision between a large spiral galaxy and another smaller galaxy. The Cartwheel galaxy has two bright and colorful rings that expand outward from the center. The galaxy is located about 500 million light years from Earth.
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James Webb Telescope Captures Stunning Images Of Cartwheel Galaxy

Peering into the turmoil of a Cartwheel Galaxy, American Space Agency NASA's James Webb Telescope has discovered new information on star formation and the galaxy's central black hole.

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James Webb telescope snaps mesmerizing image of Cartwheel Galaxy

The Cartwheel Galaxy's appearance reveals a violent past.

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James Webb Space Telescope Snaps Breathtaking Images Of ‘Cartwheel Galaxy’ - DesignTAXI.com

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A strange galaxy in the shape of a wheel, the new surprise of the James Webb Space Telescope

Its mysterious shape is the product of an ancient high-speed collision between a large spiral galaxy and a smaller galaxy.

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