NASA's Hubble Space Telescope of NASA captured an image which looked like a string of pearls orbiting two cores of spiral galaxies.
The unusual formation was seen at a distance of 100,000 light years away. The newly-discovered star spiral may provide data on how superclusters were formed after two galaxies merged. Researchers were thrilled to witness the gas dynamics in such phenomenon as it is a rare process.
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