The James Web telescope of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration is a linzolike and ring-shaped galaxy located approximately 500 million light-years away from the Earth in the constellation Sculptor.
The galaxy's name is derived from the shape that resembles the wheel of the wagon and that resulted from the high-speed collision of a large spiral galaxy and smaller galaxy.
The bright core of "Colesa Telega" contains a huge amount of hot dust, and the brightest areas are where giant young stars are formed. In the outer ring, which expands for about 440 million years, the star formation process continues and the supernovas flare up. As the ring expands, it is pushed into the surrounding gas, leading to star formation.