Mysterious Spiral Object Spotted Near Milky Ways

It looks like a small galaxy, but it's just one big star

Scientists have discovered what looks to be a small spiral galaxy revolving delicately around a single massive star.

About 26,000 light-years away from Earth, this star is situated in a densely populated region near the galactic core.

At 32 times the mass of the sun, the star is positioned around 26,000 light-years from Earth in a thick and dusty galactic core known as the "protostellar disc."

There are approximately 4,000 times the distance between the sun and Earth in the disc.

Young stars are fueled by these discs for billions of years until they reach their full potential as massive suns

This is the first time astronomers have spotted a galaxy in miniature circling dangerously near to our own galaxy's core.

This cosmic nesting doll may take a long time for scientists to get to the bottom.

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