What you are about to see, doesn’t exist and never has although we can see it

The larger, , NGC 4449, may be “something of a ,” representing what most galaxies probably looked like shortly after the , Rich said. The galaxy is forming stars “so furiously” that it has giant clusters of  and even appears bluish — a sign of a young galaxy — to the eye in large amateur telescopes, he said.

NGC 4449 has a nucleus that may someday host a black hole and an irregular structure, lacking the spiral arms characteristic of many galaxies, he said. It is surrounded by a huge complex of hydrogen gas that spans approximately 300,000 light years, which may be fueling its burst of star formation.

Astronomy team discovers nearby dwarf galaxy.

12.5 million lights years away…

Either God lied or Ken Ham is wrong.

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