- It was created to peer back to the dawn of the universe and capture the spectacular beauty of space.
- And that is exactly what NASA‘s super space telescope James Webb has done once again, after snapping a mesmerising image of the moment two spiral galaxies collided.
- The collision began 700 million years ago and sparked a burst of star formation.
- Two galaxies, collectively called Arp 220, merging 250 million light-years away
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