Surprise asteroid photobombs Hubble telescope image, can you spot it?


The four thin lines in the upper left corner of this image show an asteroid streaking across the field of view of the Hubble Space Telescope just as it photographed a nearby galaxy. (Image credit: SA/Hubble & NASA, R. Tully)

The Hubble Space Telescope caught an unexpected asteroid streaking across a field of distant galaxies.

In the image, released on Monday (Jan. 16) by the European Space Agency (ESA), the asteroid can be seen as a row of four thin consecutive lines captured in alternating shades of blue and orange spreading from the left upper corner toward the middle section of the image. 




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