Hubble Space Telescope Spots Smiley Face Galaxy Cluster

Captured by the Hubble Space Telescope’s Wide Field Camera 3 (WFC3) in the constellation Leo Minor, galaxy clusters SDSS J0952+3434 appear as a giant smiley face, grinning at us from 4-billion light years away. Ha, I’d be smiling too if I were that far away from the dirtbags on earth. The mouth of the face, which I’m fairly certain is ‘The More You Know’ star traveling in reverse, is actually light from galaxies behind the two eye clusters, with the cluster’s incredible gravity actually bending light towards them. Damn, now that’s some gravity! Also that galaxy cluster looks like it just ate a nebula of mushrooms and can see music now.