The picture from the Hubble Space Telescope shows an amazing galaxy NGC 4036. It belongs to the lenticular type and lives at a distance of 70 million light years in the constellation Ursa Major.
A specific galaxy is known due to irregular dust bands forming a circular spiral structure around the galactic center. The core is surrounded by an expanded foggy aura of gas and dust that extends further into space and leads to a warm and indistinct glow seen in the picture. Intrigue seems the center itself. This is a galactic nucleus of the LINER type (long-range ionization of the nuclear emission region), that is, it displays special emission lines in the spectrum. Attention is drawn to a bright star (to the right of the center), which is located not in the galaxy itself, but between us and NGC 4036. Due to the relative brightness of the galaxy can be found using an amateur telescope. Often flashes in the pictures of astronauts as a background.