Hubble sees clusters of galaxies, some of which are gravitationally warped

No matter how many times the Hubble Space Telescope provides us with breathtaking views of our universe, the excitement of seeing a new world always feels fresh. Such is the case for the image released by NASA on Friday (August 18).

In this picture, we are witnessing a massive galaxy cluster Named Abell 3322, it is a collection of worlds that collectively lie about 2.6 billion light-years from our planet. as one Light year equal to the distance light travels in one year, even adjusting to the universe expansion rateso this assembly appears to us as if it had been frozen in time during a different era in cosmic history.

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