NASA’s venerable area telescope is seeing double in a shocking new picture of a distant galaxy. 

The brand new picture from the Hubble House Telescope captures a galaxy named SGAS J143845+145407, situated within the northern constellation Boötes — one of many largest constellations within the sky. The mirror picture of the galaxy on the heart of this new picture is the results of sturdy gravitational lensing, which is an astronomical phenomenon that may warp, enlarge and even duplicate the looks of distant galaxies. 

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