This is an image of NGC 7793. It is a spiral galaxy about 13 million light
years away in the constellation Sculptor. The spiral arms are not well
defined in NGC 7793 and there are large patches of dust spread across the
galaxy. Astronomers recently discovered a micro-quasar (a system containing
a black hole actively feeding on material from a companion star) in NGC
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