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Hubble image of NGC 3314, two unrelated galaxies that happen to lie along the same line of sight
NASA and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI / AURA)
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Twin Galaxies NGC 3314

This image shows NGC 3314, two spiral galaxies that are located along the same line of sight, one in front of the other. This rare alignment gives astronomers a chance to study the dark dust lanes in the foreground galaxy.

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