All By Myself
This drizzle of stars forms an irregular dwarf galaxy known as UGC 4879. It’s also quite isolated: 2.3 million light-years separate UGC 4879 from its closest neighbor.
Feed your need for heavenly views of the universe with our pick of the most awe-inspiring space pictures.
This week, one of Earth's greatest natural wonders gets photographed from space, Saturn's moon Titan glimmers in the sunlight of late spring, and a satellite sheds new light on the real-life Mount Doom.
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