First discovered in 1798 by German-English astronomer William Herschel, NGC 613 is a galaxy located in the southern constellation of Sculptor 67 million light-years away.
Presented here in a new image from NASA/ TH Hubble Space Telescope, NGC 613 is a wonderful example of a lattice spiral galaxy. It is easily distinguished as such due to the well-defined central band and the long arms that rotate freely around its core. Studies show that about two-thirds of spiral galaxies, including ours Milky Way galaxy, contain tape.
Recent research shows that bars are more common in galaxies now than in the past, which gives us important clues about the formation and evolution of galaxies.
The enclosed spiral galaxy is a spiral galaxy with a central rod-shaped structure composed of stars. Lattices are found in about half of all spiral galaxies. Bars usually affect both the movement of stars and interstellar gas in spiral galaxies and can also affect spiral arms. The Milky Way galaxy, where the solar system is located, is classified as a spiral galaxy with grids.