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Hubble Space Telescope 12" F3.8 Corrected Newtonian

NGC 7098 Hubble Comparison

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Comparing to a high resolution Hubble shot reveals what appear to be two
distant background galaxies visible through the arms of NGC 7098
Be nice to image without an atmosphere......


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Sakib 10-Sep-2016 15:27
Some of them (like NGC 1291) do have inner dust lanes but this is usually indicative of a past merger. Aren't galaxies awesome, especially when they dance around!
strongmanmike200209-Sep-2016 12:08
Yes, except for the absence of inner dust lanes, which I believe is characteristic of this class of galaxy?
Sakib 08-Sep-2016 15:52
Interesting that the structure of the core in the Hubble image is similar to the centre of NGC 1291?