Galactic Super Smear
Here we have a spectacular example of strong gravitational lensing with a background galaxy forming a nearly complete ring through the lens of a massive foreground cluster. There are four repetitions of the same galaxy, much like the famous Einstein Cross, except a galaxy is an extended object, and therefore it forms a nice ring.
Sorry about the fuzzy appearance when it's zoomed in. The IR data has about 1/3 of the resolution of the UVIS data, so I scaled the IR up to match.
You may wish to follow Professor Jha to find out when he publishes his paper on this system!
Data from the following proposal were used to create this image:
(I couldn't agree more with the title for that proposal abstract!)
Red: WFC3/IR F160W
Green: WFC3/UVIS F775W
Blue: WFC3/UVIS F555W
North is 26.33° counter-clockwise from up.