NASA captures an incredible photo of a creeper galaxy

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Most galaxies are traveling away from our galaxy, not closer to it. Still, there are exceptions.

Take Messier 90, one of the few galaxies that appears to be traveling towards our own Milky Way galaxy. Recently, NASA’s Hubble telescope caught an awe-inspiring photo of the galaxy.

Here it is in full.

Messier 90 is part of the Virgo cluster, a collection of about 1,200 galaxies

Messier 90 is part of the Virgo cluster, a collection of about 1,200 galaxies

Image: ESA/Hubble & NASA, W. Sargent et

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