Pan across NGC 3314

This video pans across Hubble observations of NGC 3314A and NGC 3314B, a pair of galaxies in the constellation Hydra. While they might look like they are in the midst of a cosmic collision, they are in fact separated by around 20 million light-years of space. The overlap is simply a trick of perspective.


NASA, ESA, W. Keel (University of Alabama)

About the Video

Release date:14 June 2012, 15:00
Related releases:heic1208
Duration:01m 01s

About the Object

Name:NGC 3314
Type:• X - Galaxies Images/Videos



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