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The spiral galaxy NGC 4414 was first imaged by the Hubble Space Telescope over the course of two months in 1995. However, due to its large size, only half of the galaxy was visible in the datasets collected. This year the Hubble team returned to NGC 4414 and completed the portrait. The results, recently released online, are some beautiful images of a dusty spiral galaxy containing older yellow and red stars in the center and young blue stars in the spiral arms. Users can view the images in several formats and sizes.

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