#NGC3521 ~ a flocculent intermediate spiral galaxy located about 26 million light years away in the constellation Leo.
Beautiful way of representing our solar system
Colour-composite image of the central 5,500 light-years wide region of the spiral galaxy NGC 1097, obtained with the NACO adaptive optics on the VLT. More than 300 star forming regions - white spots in the image - are distributed along a ring of dust and gas in the image. Credit: ESO
Milky way night shot, foreground and background composed of different shots from same location, same night.