NASA has released a photograph of two overlapping spiral galaxies located more than a billion light years from Earth

The two galaxies, SDSS J115331 and LEDA 2073461, appear to collide in the image captured by NASA and the European Space Agency (ESAHubble )'s Space Telescope

NASA stated that the galaxies' alignment was most likely coincidental and that the two are not actually interacting

The two galaxies can be seen in the image's centre. The upper galaxy appears to have a white interior

 The bottom galaxy, on the other hand, is primarily orange with rusty undertones

Volunteers discovered unusual and wonderful space objects such as three-armed spiral galaxies

Cosmic objects such as black holes and comets during the Galaxy Zoo project, which was launched in 2007

The astronomers in charge of the project used Hubble time to observe the most unusual residents of the Galaxy Zoo

The list of targets for this crowdsourced project, on the other hand, is determined by public votes

In August of this year, the Hubble Space Telescope captured a stunning image of a globular cluster

The image contained thousands of glittering stars of varying sizes and temperatures

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