The galaxy UGCA 307 looks like a small patch of stars and has an indeterminate structure. It is about 26 million light-years from Earth, according to NASA.
NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope took a picture of the miniature dwarf galaxy UGCA 307 in the constellation of the Crow. It is located approximately 26 million light years from Earth. This was reported on the NASA website.
The small galaxy consists of a scattered band of stars that contain red bubbles of gas and mark regions of recent star formation. Appearing as a small patch of stars, UGCA 307 is a dwarf galaxy with no distinct structure that resembles a hazy patch of a passing cloud.
Dwarf galaxy UGCA 307 is a band of scattered stars
Hubble space images of every known nearby galaxy give astronomers a glimpse of our galactic neighborhood.
Scientists note that Hubble has explored nearly three-quarters of nearby galaxies in sufficient detail to detect the brightest stars and get an idea of the stars that inhabit each galaxy.
Recall, on March 14, it was reported that the Webb telescope broke the Hubble record and took a picture that fit thousands of galaxies from the early Universe. Hubble could show 10 thousand galaxies in one image, but the Webb telescope was able to demonstrate 2 times more such objects.
On March 13, a team of scientists using the Chandra Space Telescope discovered an ancient lonely galaxy that was left alone because it swallowed up neighboring constellations.
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