Arp 120, known as The Eyes, are part of Markarian's Chain in Virgo
Arp 120, known as The Eyes, are part of Markarian's Chain in Virgo
These 2 are 60 million LYs away in Eridanus. NGC 1532 is the large galaxy, NGC 1531 is the dwarf galaxy
These 2 are 60 million LYs away in Eridanus. NGC 1532 is the large galaxy, NGC 1531 is the dwarf galaxy
Arp 94 is a pair of merging galaxies 50 million LYs away in Leo
Arp 94 is a pair of merging galaxies 50 million LYs away in Leo
Arp 206 is a pair of merging galaxies located 40 million LYs away in Leo Minor
Arp 206 is a pair of merging galaxies located 40 million LYs away in Leo Minor
Arp 242, known as The Mice, is a pair of colliding galaxies 350 million LYs away in Coma Berenices
Arp 242, known as The Mice, is a pair of colliding galaxies 350 million LYs away in Coma Berenices
Arp 142's pair of disturbed galaxies are known as The Penguin and Egg
Arp 142's pair of disturbed galaxies are known as The Penguin and Egg
Arp 143 is an unusual merger of 2 galaxies with a large number of newly forming blue star clusters
Arp 143 is an unusual merger of 2 galaxies with a large number of newly forming blue star clusters
NGC 2146 is a severely distorted galaxy with no seen companion
NGC 2146 is a severely distorted galaxy with no seen companion
Arp 245 is a pair of interacting galaxies located 100 million LYs away in Hydra
Arp 245 is a pair of interacting galaxies located 100 million LYs away in Hydra
Arp 273, The Rose, is a pair of severely distorted galaxies 300 million LYs away in Andromeda
Arp 273, The Rose, is a pair of severely distorted galaxies 300 million LYs away in Andromeda
Arp 81 is a pair of merging galaxies located 300 million LYs away.  The star stream is twice the width of our galaxy.
Arp 81 is a pair of merging galaxies located 300 million LYs away. The star stream is twice the width of our galaxy.
Arp 84, the Heron Galaxy, consists of 3 galaxies - don't forget to count the speared fish!
Arp 84, the Heron Galaxy, consists of 3 galaxies - don't forget to count the speared fish!
Arp 244, known as the Antennae Galaxies, are located 60 million LYs away in Corvus.  Much new star formation can be seen in the reddish areas.
Arp 244, known as the Antennae Galaxies, are located 60 million LYs away in Corvus. Much new star formation can be seen in the reddish areas.
Arp 269, which looks like a penguin feeding its chick, is a wonderfully distorted pair of galaxies 25 million LYs away in Canes Venatici
Arp 269, which looks like a penguin feeding its chick, is a wonderfully distorted pair of galaxies 25 million LYs away in Canes Venatici
NGC 4567 and NGC 4568 are two galaxies which are thought to be colliding, but my image shows them to be more superimposed
NGC 4567 and NGC 4568 are two galaxies which are thought to be colliding, but my image shows them to be more superimposed
Arp 271 is a pair of galaxies in Virgo, with a connecting star stream bridging the galaxies
Arp 271 is a pair of galaxies in Virgo, with a connecting star stream bridging the galaxies
Arp 188 is known as the Tadpole Galaxy for its 300,000 LY long "tail" from interaction with a small unseen galaxy
Arp 188 is known as the Tadpole Galaxy for its 300,000 LY long "tail" from interaction with a small unseen galaxy
NGC 6745 is the designation of this pair of colliding galaxies 200 million LYs away in Lyra
NGC 6745 is the designation of this pair of colliding galaxies 200 million LYs away in Lyra
Arp 157 is a pair of colliding galaxies with distorted star streams
Arp 157 is a pair of colliding galaxies with distorted star streams
Arp 86 is a pair of interacting galaxies located 240 million LYs away in Pegasus
Arp 86 is a pair of interacting galaxies located 240 million LYs away in Pegasus
Arp 243 is a pair of merging galaxies with a complex core and two opposing star streams
Arp 243 is a pair of merging galaxies with a complex core and two opposing star streams
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