The Hubble telescope took pictures of a “fluffy” galaxy

The Hubble space telescope has captured a distant galaxy NGC 2775, filled with young stars and having a pinnate pattern.
In addition to the bizarre “fluffy” look, the beauty of the galaxy is emphasized by numerous bright blue dots.

Galaxy NGC 2775 is 67 million light years from Earth. According to NASA, this is one of the most significant images of space.

June 16 it was reported that scientists at the University of Nottingham in the UK have calculated the possible number of alien races in our galaxy. In their opinion, on the Milky Way planets can live more than 30 species of intelligent creatures.

Specialists have suggested that the emergence of intelligent life on other planets, as well as on Earth, takes at least 5 billion years.