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Beginning with the JWST infrared image, followed by the HST optical image, this animation illustrates the integration process that transforms the two images of Messier-74 into one composite image, an image that highlights the unique aspects of both. The high-redshift galaxies NE of the core (upper right quadrant) are clearly visible in this HST-JWST composite animation. The blue bar bisecting the image represents a discontinuity in the archival HST data. Image data: MAST, STSci, NASA/ESA/CSA. Image processing by James Daly, Ph.D.
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