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Modified 20-Nov-20
Created 11-Dec-18
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Arp 87 is a pair of two colliding galaxies, NGC 3808A and NGC 3808B. Located about 330 million light years away in the constellation Leo, they are a spiral galaxy and elliptical galaxy that are strongly interacting to the point of distortion. What a light show for the locals!
Using both ESA/ESO/NASA provided software and Photoshop I processed four b&w Hubble Telescope images (courtesy NASA and MAST) captured with wide-band filters at 450nm, 555nm, 814nm and one narrow-band 656nm.
The Antennae Galaxies: NGC 4038 & NGC 4039The Mice Galaxies: NGC 4676A & NGC 4676BNGC 3808A & NGC 3808BARP 147M 51 & NGC 5195ARP 142NGC 520PGC 2248: Cartwheel GalaxyNGC 7252:  Atoms for Peace GalaxyThe Eyes Galaxies: NGC 4438 & NGC 4435NGC 2997M104-Sombrero GalaxyNGC 1313NGC1300NGC 2207 & IC 2163Seyfert's SextetESO 162-17ESO 510-G13IC 2163NGC2207