After being first discovered in 1784 by William Herschel, scientists thought that NGC 6052 Originally a single galaxy with a strange shape, until they finally discovered that the “galaxy of the odd shape” 230 million light-years away is actually two galaxies.
After being spotted by the Hubble telescope with an old camera in 2015, NASA recently released a stunning picture of the galaxies in better detail. The two galaxies that form NGC 6052 Now so close that the borders are no longer clear and the original galaxies are losing their shape at a rapid pace.
According to the British Insider website, the European Space Agency (ESA) has shown that this new galaxy will eventually settle into a fixed form, and may not resemble any of the two original galaxies. Full integration would drive the stars out of their original orbits and take new places.
According to NASA, in addition to being beautiful and adorable, these two galaxies are very excited by the fact that galaxies often consist of empty space.