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Astronomers reveal cosmic ribbon around rare galaxy
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13 September 2023
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International astronomers using a telescope owned and operated by CSIRO, Australia's national science agency, have revealed a galaxy wrapped in a cosmic 'ribbon'. The research, led by Dr Nathan Deg and Dr Kristine Spekkens from Queen's University Canada and co-authored by CSIRO's Professor Barbel Koribalski, presents a stunning image of a galaxy called NGC 4632 that is 56 million light years from Earth. It's been identified as a potential polar ring galaxy, which are some of the most spectacular types of galaxies in the Universe, and among the most mysterious.
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