The magnificent spiral galaxy NGC 2276, photographed by the Hubble Space Telescope, lies 120 million light-years away, in the northern constellation Cepheus. A bright hub of older yellowish stars normally lies directly in the center of most spiral galaxies, but the bulge in NGC 2276 looks offset to the upper left. A neighboring galaxy to the right of NGC 2276 (NGC 2300, not seen here) is gravitationally tugging on its disk of blue stars, pulling the stars on one side of the galaxy outward to distort the galaxy's normal fried-egg appearance.
The completed jigsaw puzzle is a beautiful poster. Made to deliver wholesome downtime for friends & family. Ships in gift-ready box for a show-stopping presentation.
* Satin finish image sublimated on chipboard
* Suitable for hanging and framing
* 20 x 30 inches, 1000 pieces
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