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IRAS F09111-1007 (Interacting Galaxy)


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IRAS F09111-1007
Interacting Galaxy (相互作用銀河)

別名 (Other names)
2MASX J09133888-1019196


距離 (Distance)

7億光年 (700 million light-years)


星座 (Constellation)
うみへび座 (Hya) (Hydra)

IRAS F09111-1007 (2MASX J09133888-1019196) is an interacting galaxy located 700 million light years from the Earth in the constellation Hydra.

IRAS F09111-1007 (Interacting Galaxy) : Picture

Hubble Interacting Galaxy 2MASX J09133888-1019196
Hubble Interacting Galaxy 2MASX J09133888-1019196
(C) NASA/ESA
2MASX J09133888-1019196 comprises two interacting galaxies that are both disturbed by gravitational interaction. The wide separation of the pair - approximately 130,000 light-years - suggests that the galaxies are just beginning to merge. Together the two galaxies form an ultra-luminous infrared system, which is unusual for the early stages of an interaction. One possible explanation is that the one or both of the components have already experienced a merger or interaction. Giant black holes lurk at the cores of both galaxies, which are found in the constellation of Hydra, about 700 million light-years away from Earth.

2MASX J09133888-1019196
2MASX J09133888-1019196
(C) NASA
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