Galactic Trio NGC 7764A

Jay Kakade
NGC 7764A
Galactic Trio NGC 7764A. (Image Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA)

NGC 7764A

Hubble Telescope have release this Group of three galaxies also called Galactic Trio NGC 7764A. Images very captured by NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope via Advanced Camera for Surveys and Wide Field Camera 3.

Upper two galaxies resembles like these two galaxies are interacting with each other. While lower left image shows they might have been struck at high velocity. Though they resemble as they are interacting but it is hard to come to this conclusion.

NGC 7764A is situated in Phoenix Constellation which is 435 Million years away from us. NGC 7764A is one of the few interacting astronomical nomenclatures. Individual galaxies are termed as NGC 7764A1, NGC 7764A2, and NGC 7764A3, While trio together is called NGC 7764A.

Facts About NGC 7764A

  • Object: NGC 7764A, a type of galaxy located in Phoenix Constellation.
  • Location: 435 Million Light Years
  • Interaction of three different Galaxies.

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