Hubble’s view on lensing galaxy

The galaxy SDSS J210415.89-062024.7 is located 2.5 billion light years away. It acted as a lens for a supernova at an even greater distance, creating four distinct images of the explosion — an effect created by strong gravitational lensing.

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ESA/Hubble, NASA

About the Image

Id:heic1710b
Type:Observation
Release date:20 April 2017, 20:00
Related releases:heic1710
Size:545 x 486 px

About the Object

Name:SDSS J210415.89-062024.7
Type:Early Universe : Galaxy
Early Universe : Cosmology : Phenomenon : Lensing
Distance:2 billion light years
Category:Cosmology
Galaxies

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1.1 μm Hubble Space Telescope
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