Panning across the galaxy cluster A1725N
This galaxy cluster, A1758N, is about 3.2 billion light-years away. As can be seen in this pan, the cluster does not consist of a single source but of two separate structures named A1758NW and A1758NE. There appear to be disturbances within each of Abell 1758 North’s sub-clusters — strong evidence that they are the result of smaller clusters colliding and merging. These kind of events are the most energetic since the Big Bang itself.Credit:
Akira Fujii/David Malin Images, DSS, ESA/Hubble.
Music: Johan B. Monell
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|Release date:||18 January 2018, 16:00|
|Frame rate:||30 fps|