Astronomers have spotted a brilliant "fireworks" display millions of light years away.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope spotted the spectacle, which is actually a dwarf galaxy named Kiso 5639. It "resembles a July 4th skyrocket," complete with a "brilliant blazing head and a long, star-studded tail," NASA said in a release.
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