NASA has recently published the “cosmic glitter” of the galaxy known as ESO 149-3 that is present about 20 million light-years away from us.
It is unlike a number of other galaxies and is an irregular galaxy, presented by its amorphous, inexplicit shape.
In this image taken with the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope ESO 149-3 can be seen as a smattering of golden and blue stars, with no apparent central nucleus or arm structure. The surrounding sky is rich in other more distant galaxies, visible as small, colorful streaks and dashes.
Hubble Sees Cosmic Sprinkling of Blue and Gold – NASA (http://goo.gl/PQO5jf)