Hubble takes a close up of the double nucleus of the Andromedea galaxy


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Andromedea's double nucleus

The Hubble Space Telescope has taken a close up of the double nucleus of the Andromedea galaxy, and found an interesting cluster of hot blue stars in between the two clusters.

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