NGC 613 was first discovered by German-English astronomer William Hershel in 1798. It is a galaxy located in the southern constellation of Sculptor 67 million light years away.
Here to come from NASA/that Hubble Space TelescopeNGC 613 is a good example of a rod-shaped spiral galaxy. It is easy to distinguish due to its well-defined central rod and long arms (loosely rotating around its core).Investigations show that about two thirds of spiral galaxies, including our own Galaxy The Milky Way contains a bar.
Recent studies have shown that bars are now more common in galaxies than in the past, which provides us with important clues about the formation and evolution of galaxies.
A rod-shaped spiral galaxy is a spiral galaxy with a central rod-shaped structure composed of stars. Bars are found in half of all spiral galaxies. Strips usually affect the motion of stars and interstellar gas in spiral galaxies, and may also affect spiral arms. The Milky Way where the solar system is located is classified as a forbidden spiral galaxy.