Impressive Hubble Image Showing a Large Galaxy Filled with Blue Stars

Imagine a galaxy and what comes to mind probably looks like NGC 2336, a glittering swirl of stars.

And just a few days before a software glitch temporarily shut down the hubble space telescope, the iconic spaceship sent home a stunning image of the large, beautiful, and bright blue galaxy. NASA uploaded the image of NGC 2336, a galaxy located about 100 million light-years from Earth in the constellation Camelopardalis (also known as the Giraffe), on Friday, March 5, two days before the telescope turned off unexpectedly. (The telescope has from resumption of operations.)

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