Hubble captures galaxy LEDA 48062 in the constellation Perseus

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Nice image 👍

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Very interesting discovery. I know also (since I have observed them with the Dob) that there are least two satellite galaxies of M31 in Perseus, kind of faintish though, especially from the backyard.
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Stunning image, I do hope NASA manages a booster mission for Hubble.
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very nice picture, thx.
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Nice! Glad to see Hubble is still contributing significant science!

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