While using the Hubble Space Telescope to photograph the
globular star cluster NGC 6752 (located 13,000 light-years
away in our Milky Way's halo) Astronomers discovered a new Galaxy.
In a celestial game of "Where's Waldo?" Hubble's sharp vision
uncovered a never-before-seen dwarf galaxy located far
behind the cluster's crowded stellar population.
The loner galaxy Bedin I is in our own cosmic backyard,
only 30 million light-years away (approximately 2,300
times farther than the foreground cluster).