NGC 4485 is a dwarf irregular galaxy, meaning it’s small and doesn’t have any sort of overall shape, though to my eye it does look to have a subtle spiral pattern to it. It’s pretty close to us, some 25 million light years (plus or minus a few). If you look at enough Hubble images of galaxies you can tell right away this is a nearby galaxy; you can see lots of details in it, including tons of individual stars (incidentally, the little orange dude near the bottom is a far more distant background galaxy).
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