The Triangle mosaic of the galaxy shows the central region and its inner spiral arms.
The incredible new photo of the Galaxy Triangle from the space telescope seems almost as large as the parameters of the galaxy itself. It is also called Messier 33. It is displayed in the sky as a spot, visible without telescopes. In the new review of the Hubble Space Telescope, 54 frames were combined into a single photo to show the central part of the galaxy and spiral arms.
NASA reports that the photo shows a spiral face burning with light from 25 million individually resolved stars. M33 is the third largest galaxy in the Local Group, which also includes the larger Andromeda galaxy and the Milky Way.
It is important to note that this is the second largest image ever released by Hubble. With it, you can better understand how stars are born and evolve.