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SDSS J1138+2754 galaxy cluster is creating such a strong gravitational field that it's bending the very fabric of its surroundings.
This causes the billion-year-old light from galaxies sitting behind it to travel along distorted, curved paths, transforming the familiar shapes of spirals and ellipticals into long, smudged arcs and scattered dashes.


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This image shows a massive galaxy cluster embedded in the middle of a field of ~ 8000 galaxies scattered across spacetime.




ICESat-2 launch



The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) took this snapshot of the Large Magellanic Cloud (right) and the bright star R Doradus (left) with just a single detector of one of its cameras on Tuesday, Aug. 7.




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Magellanic Clouds





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