The Hubble Telescope looks deep into the eye of a pin in this image of a dwarf spiral galaxy

Recent images from the Hubble Space Telescope show a deep eye view of the galactic needle.

That spiral galaxy It is called the “eye of the needle”, although it is officially known as NGC 247 and Caldwell 62. NASA He said May 10, the nickname is appropriate given that this galaxy is a dwarf spiral, making it a relatively small group of stars compared to our own. Milky Way.

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