Here is a picture that is completely filled with galaxies! A close eye will notice the magnificence of the elliptical species and the spectacular spirals turned to the earthly observer by different sides. Most of the bright spots are galaxies. To find the star of the Milky Way in the foreground, you need to find a bright point with diffraction spikes.
The most attractive formation is hiding in the center. SDSSJ0146-0929 is a bright galactic cluster that can accommodate hundreds of galaxies held together by common gravity. The massiveness is so huge that he manages to seriously distort the space-time around him, forming curved lines. These graceful arcs demonstrate an amazing cosmic phenomenon - the Einstein ring. It is created when light from distant objects, like galaxies, passes through a large mass (like a cluster). Here, the light from the background galaxy is distorted around a massive intermediate cluster, due to which it is forced to travel along different light paths in order to reach us. Because of this, it seems that the galaxy is in several places at once.