The galaxy name SDSS J103512.07+461412.2 is actually an identifier and a detailed location.
The Hubble Space Telescope captured the image of the galaxy SDSS J103512.07+461412.2, located 23 million light years from Earth in the constellation Ursa Major. This was reported by the ESA Observatory.
The name comes from the fact that the galaxy was observed as part of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS), a large-scale study that began in 2000 to observe and catalog a large number of astronomical objects.
The survey has currently recorded several hundred million astronomical objects.
So the name SDSS J103512.07+461412.2 only tells us that the galaxy is located 10 hours, 35 minutes and 12 seconds east of the zero hour point of the celestial equator and just over 46 degrees north of the celestial equator.
It was previously reported that Hubble captured the image of the cosmic object Arp 107, which consists of a pair of galaxies approaching their collision.
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