10 incredible images of spiral galaxies captured by NASA

IC 5332: This face-on spiral galaxy was captured by the James Webb Space Telescope and shows dust glowing in infrared light. 

NGC 628: This image from Hubble reveals a barred spiral galaxy with a prominent dust lane obscuring its center. 

NGC 1087: This grand design spiral galaxy boasts well-defined spiral arms and a bright central bulge. 

NGC 1300: This galaxy is a showcase of star formation, with young, blue stars scattered throughout its spiral arms. 

NGC 1365: Nicknamed the "Swordfish," this galaxy has a long, distorted tail caused by gravitational interactions with a neighboring galaxy. 

NGC 1433: This flocculent spiral galaxy has loosely wound spiral arms and a bright central core. 

NGC 1512: This galaxy is a showcase of asymmetry, with one spiral arm significantly larger than the other.