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Hubble telescope spots a pair of 'squabbling' galaxies locked in cosmic dance
The Hubble Space Telescope caught a pair of "squabbling" galaxies in action, according to the European Space Agency. The pair of objects is known as Arp 86 and includes two galaxies roughly 220 million light-years away from Earth in the constellation Pegasus. They are known individually as NGC 7753 and the much smaller companion NGC 7752.