May 2016: Picture of the Month
Two bright galaxies can be observed in this sharp telescopic field of view; barred spiral galaxy, NGC 5101 (top right), and the edge-on galaxy, NGC 5708 (bottom left). The two galaxies are separated by about 0.5 degrees (or the full width of the moon). Found within the constellation Hydra, both galaxies are estimated to be around 90 million light-years away and similar in size to that of our own galaxy.
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