James Webb Space Telescope Captures Image Of Question Mark Galaxy

Because what does it all mean is THE question, this is a shot from the James Webb Space Telescope of a galaxy that looks unquestionable like a question mark. Some more info while I shake my fist at the heavens and demand fewer questions and more answers:

It is probably a distant galaxy, or potentially interacting galaxies (their interactions may have caused the distorted question mark-shape). This may be the first time we’ve seen this particular object,” STScI added. “Additional follow-up would be required to figure out what it is with any certainty. Webb is showing us many new, distant galaxies — so there’s a lot of new science to be done!,” said the Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) to Space.com.

With all the billions or trillions of galaxies out there, there’s probably one shaped like every letter and symbol on a keyboard. You think there aren’t @ and & galaxies? There are probably even galaxies that spell out entire dirty words from the right angle. The universe is unfathomably massive and aliens are real.