A stunning image sent back by the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA's Joint Telescope, which looks as if an alien face appears in an alien space. The strange-looking structure is created by a bluish tinge consisting of gases and faint stars that shape the face while two groups of bright stars stream down the eyes. The ghostly face is actually two galaxies colliding with each other, with Hubble capturing the moment when they are about to merge.
The merger was named Arp-Madore 2026-424 and is located 704 million light-years from Earth.
For reference, one light year is about 5.88 trillion miles (9.5 trillion km).
NASA stated on its website: "This new image from the NASA / ESA Hubble Space Telescope captures two galaxies of the same size in a collision that looks like a ghostly face.
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"Residing 704 million light-years from Earth, this system is cataloged as Arp-Madore 2026-424 (AM 2026-424) in the Arp-Madore Catalog of Southern Special Galaxies and Associations." The Hubble Telescope is due to retire in 2021 after more than 30 years of launching in 1990.
However, its successor, the more powerful James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), will take over.
The infrared machine is so powerful that it will reach the outermost realms and the earliest moments of the universe.  READ MORE: The NASA Hub Hub Dies a Dying Star Only 1400 Light Years From Earth burst until the visible light itself begins to form.
The WST will also be located much further in space than Hubble.
Hubble is located in Earth's orbit only 570,000 kilometers from the surface, but JWST will be placed at an astounding 1.5 million kilometers from Earth, which means that if it collapses while above, it will not be fixed.