Faraway from Earth is a pair of galaxies that look like a set of beautiful wings — and NASA’s Hubble telescope just captured the amazing sight for everyone to see. Calling outer space weird and mysterious would be the understatement of the century. For all the oddities found on Earth, the depths of the cosmos are all the more fascinating. From massive space nebulae, oddly-shaped planets, and powerful black holes, it’s a treasure trove of neverending discoveries.

At the forefront of so many of those discoveries is Hubble. Despite having launched well over 30 years ago, Hubble remains one of the most powerful tools for exploring the wonders that the universe offers. Hubble’s provided impeccable looks as beautiful spiral galaxies, baby stars, distant exoplanets, nebulae, black holes — you name it. If there’s something in space that’s caught astronomers’ eyes, chances are Hubble has seen it.

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Some of Hubble’s most entertaining discoveries are ones of oddly-shaped galaxies. Hubble has found galaxies that look like snakes, rings, eyeballs, and even the USS Enterprise. Adding to that list, NASA has now shared a Hubble photo of a pair of ‘galactic wings.’ As you can see in the picture above, the object undeniably looks like a pair of wings. The wings connect in the center, fan out towards the top and bottom, and have a level of symmetry that looks so good you’d swear it’s fake. But these wings aren’t fake. Instead, they’re another reminder of the odd shapes and sizes different galaxies come in.

How A Galaxy Looks Like Wings

Two galaxies that look like a pair of wings

Photo credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA, W. Keel

While this certainly looks like a galactic pair of wings, it’s actually two galaxies colliding with each other. NASA found the two galaxies in the VV-686 system. Colliding galaxies are fairly common throughout the universe, though their appearance can vary pretty dramatically. In the case of these two galaxies, their collision gives them a symmetrical and wing-like shape — granting them the official nickname of ‘Angel Wing.’

NASA found the Angel Wing galaxy while using Hubble to find ‘Zoo Gems’ as part of its Galaxy Zoo project. With Galaxy Zoo, anyone can look at various Hubble observations and vote on ones to be studied with further observations. It exposes people to what Hubble’s working on, lets them have a say in what the telescope does next, and helps guide scientists to even more discoveries — like learning more about two galaxies that have turned into a giant set of wings.