Galaxy NGC 5714
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NASA has published a photo of the spiral galaxy NGC 5714, which is located in the constellation of Bootes at a distance of about 130 million light years from Earth.
The NGC 5714 made by the Hubble telescope using the ACS camera.
Pictured is the galaxy depicted at the side and it seems completely flat. With such a perspective is not visible spiral structure of NGC 5714: visible a region of a blue color and a bright center.
Galaxy NGC 5714 was discovered by William Herschel in 1787.
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