two galaxies interacting, known as Arp-Madore 608-333

the two galaxies are subtly wrapping one another through mutual gravitational interaction

NASA said in a statement, "Though they appear serene and unperturbed, the two are subtly warping one another through a mutual gravitational interaction that is disrupting and distorting both galaxies

two galaxies' gravitational interaction is destroying both galaxies

the Hubble telescope and the James Webb telescope teamed up to do a detailed study of interstellar dust and pick up a third galaxy in a galactic pair that went missing

This data will be used by astronomers to have a better understanding of the universe

NASA's James Webb telescope captures new images of galaxies; one of them resembles a cartwheel