Hubble snaps galactic vee.

Space Daily enthuses over a strange formation snapped by Hubble – a deep-space V made by two galaxies, overlapping like enormous wings in space:

This large “flying V” is actually two distinct objects – a pair of interacting galaxies known as IC 2184. Both the galaxies are seen almost edge-on in the large, faint northern constellation of Camelopardalis (The Giraffe), and can be seen as bright streaks of light surrounded by the ghostly shapes of their tidal tails.