This pair of galaxies was first observed about 52 years ago.
The Hubble telescope managed to catch the moment of the merger of two galaxies located in the constellation Cetus.
The nuclei of these galaxies at the time of the shooting were still at a great distance, but they already threw out clouds of hot gas.
This pair of galaxies was first observed about 52 years ago. These galaxies are similar to the natural experiment that takes place on a cosmic scale.