In our universe most galaxies do not drift alone as strangers in a cosmic
sea- instead they cluster in groups and gatherings that on the largest
scales boggle the mind. Here, a small group of galaxies surround the
seemingly out-of-place spiral NGC 70. These galaxies are around 300
million light years away in the direction of Andromeda.
|L R G B color production was used to create this image.||
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