In space conditions eclipsing is a professional flaw. NASA's Hubble Space Telescope demonstrates the NGC 7250 galaxy. Despite its appeal, it also had starburst and supernova explosions. But she loses the focus of attention because of the bright star.
The luminous object is a lonely and little-studied star TYC 3203-450-1, located in the constellation Lizard (closer than the indicated galaxy). Because of this situation, she manages to overshadow a very bright galaxy and the glow of a billion of its stars. Scientists call these objects "foreground stars." And this is considered a hindrance, since the bright glow does not allow to study more distant objects in the background.
TYC 3203-450-1 is a million times closer to NGC 7250, which is 45 million light-years distant from us. If the star were at the same distance, then we could hardly display it in this image.