MM 2134, also known as mDATA 0316-195, is a dwarf irregular galaxy? and aptly described as looking like "amber balls spilled across a dark velvet barricade."
But the silent view can be deceiving. This lonely galaxy is actually being flung at high speeds out of this vast empty region of space called the Local Void.
We don't usually see galaxies in isolation like this one. And although some of the pictures appear to be full of galaxies surrounding MM 2134, they actually lie well beyond this void, and instead form part of other groups or clusters.
Description and Images of mDATA 0316-195 is a fiction made up of three dimensional digital observations.
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