Back in 2017, a Type Ia supernova took place, which pushed the ESA to use the Hubble telescope to start studying a spiral galaxy called IC 438. Now, we get to see a close-up image of this very galaxy, as captured by the Hubble Space Telescope. This spiral galaxy is around 130 million light years away from Earth and lies in the Lepus constellation. For those unaware, previously, there were only two types of supernovae, namely Core Collapse and Type Ia. Back in 2013, the Type Ia supernova was discovered.