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NGC 7331: a Large Spiral Galaxy in Pegasus

 

NGC 7331 Large Spiral Galaxy in Pegasus

 

NGC 7331 is a large spiral galaxy about 40 million light years away in the constellation Pegasus, surrounded, in the above photograph, by unrelated background galaxies ten times more distant. Very anomalous for spiral galaxies, its central bulge rotates in the opposite direction from the rest of its disk. Other than having formed more recently from infalling material, this is very difficult to understand. A finer, more highly resolved photograph can be seen on pg. 223 of your personalized, fine art book You and the Universe.

 

 

 

 

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