James Webb Space Telescope captures dazzling ‘galaxy merger’

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The James Webb Space Telescope has captured a pair of entwining galaxies plunging headfirst into one another in a process known as a galaxy merger, in a new picture released by NASA.

The interacting galaxy system, formally known as IC 1623, lies about 270 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Cetus.








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