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Hubble image of colliding galaxies NGC 2207 and NGC 2163
NASA and The Hubble Heritage Team (STScI / AURA)
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Galaxies in Collision

These two spiral galaxies in Canis Major are passing dangerously close to each other in a near-galactic collision. Tidal forces from the larger galaxy, NGC 2207, are beginning to distort the space of the smaller, NGC 2163.

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