A celestial particle called fZ 229-15 is about 390 million light-years away from Earth. The celestial object is located in the Lyra region.
Z 229-15, a celestial object about 390 million light-years from Earth, was captured in stunning pictures by the Hubble Space Telescope of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Nasa). The celestial object is located in the Lyra region.
According to a statement released by NASA, “Z 229-15 is one of those interesting celestial objects that, should you choose to research it, you will find defined as several different things: sometimes as an active galactic nucleus (an AGN), sometimes as a quasar, and sometimes as a Seyfert galaxy.”
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