NGC 1032 is a seemingly small galaxy in the direction of Cetus. As such,
pictures of it are hard to come by. However, given that is it around
117 million light years away, it is a reasonably sized spiral galaxy
viewed almost exactly edge-on.
|L R G B color production was used to create this image.||
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