Hubble telescope spots celestial ‘eye,’ a galaxy with an amazingly lively core

A cosmic hurricane reveals its ‘eye’ in a new graphic from the Hubble Room Telescope.

The spiral galaxy NGC 5728 has fairly a powerhouse at its centre. This composition located 130 million gentle-several years from Earth in the constellation Libra is in a exclusive cosmic class thanks to its energetic main. 

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