New Phantom Galaxy detail captured by Webb telescope

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ESA and NASA describe the Phantom Galaxy as a "favorite target" for studying galactic spirals.

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Webb's picture will help researchers "learn more about star formation in the local Universe and study 19 galaxies near the Milky Way.

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An almost face-on slice of the cosmos 32 million light-years away has been revealed by the James Webb space telescope.

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Using infrared technology, the telescope, launched in December 2021, provided an even clearer view of the Phantom Galaxy.

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From the center of this image, delicate filaments of gas and dust wind outwards due to Webb's sharp vision.

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Nuclear star clusters at galaxy centers are also seen unobscured by gas in the nuclear region

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