Like all dogs, all galaxies are good galaxies. However, there's something about a spiral galaxy that just makes me happy. Maybe it's the symmetry's chaotic feeling.
Perhaps it is due to the spiral form of our own Milky Way. A recent image of the spiral galaxy NGC 1961 taken by the Hubble Space Telescope has me feeling incredibly moved.
A stunning spiral galaxy may be found 180 million light-years away in the constellation Camelopardalis, also referred to as the Giraffe.
NASA unveiled a Hubble image on Wednesday. The astronomical organisation said in lyrical tones,
The dusty spital arms that loop around the galaxy's incandescent centre are dotted with glittering, blue spots of brilliant young stars.
Different types of spiral galaxies exist. A middle-class spiral galaxy, according to NASA, is NGC 1961.