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Spiral galaxy

Spiral galaxy

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Caption

Spiral galaxy. Optical image of spiral galaxy NGC 1232. Younger stars are in the blue spiral arms, while older starts are in the reddish central bulge. NGC 1232 is 100 million light years from Earth in the constellation Eridanus. This image was made with the Very Large Telescope 'Antu' at the Cerro Paranal Observatory, Chile.

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