This is an “Einstein Ring” or gravitational lensing. The blue galaxy is behind the yellow galaxy. We can see the blue galaxy because light from the far galaxy gets wrapped around by the closer galaxy. Photo courtesy of Hubble.
A new star atlas for the entire universe. The atlas includes a catalogue of the entire infrared sky, over half a billion stars, galaxies and more captured by the Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) mission.
IC the Hidden Galaxy, is positioned only 10 degrees above the plane of our Milky Way Galaxy, so its light is heavily obscured and reddened by dust. It is 7 million light-years away but is not part of our Local Group of galaxies: Bruce Waddington