A spiral galaxy is curled up
like a sleeping serpent in a striking new image from the European Southern Observatory's
Chile's Atacama Desert provide
an excellent vantage point for the observatory's 66 radio telescopes to penetrate the heavens.
Swirling silently 80 million
light-years from Earth like a sleeping, coiled snake, NGC 1087 is an intermediate spiral galaxy
This area of the sky is named
after a sea monster from Greek mythology and is home to other water-themed constellations
Seen as a composite image
composed of shots taken at different wavelengths, ALMA's observations capture the galaxy's lava-like reddish hue
cold clouds of star-spawning molecular gas.
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