Boy, it pays to check in on the Hubble and NASA sites every few weeks! I'm constantly amazed at what can be found there. Above a galaxy is being stripped of its spiral arm by another galaxy. The culprit isn't the big galaxy on the bottom, but one of the smaller galaxies higher up in the picture.
Here's a photo of stars in our own Milky Way, from the region where stars are densely packed and fast moving.
Here's (above) a planet only 25 light years away. It moves in the debris field from some giant explosion.
Here (above) the expanding ring from a nova breaks up into smaller shapes, forming a kind of bracelet.
This (above) is one of the latest and best of all Saturn photos. It's a garden of hurricanes as seen by the Cassini probe. My guess is that all the white dots, even the ones that ones that aren't obvious spirals, are swirling storms. Long jet streams of clouds flow through the hurricanes like rivers. Be sure to click to enlarge.
Here's (above) a liquid ocean of hydrocarbons on Titan. The picture was taken with radar, which pierced the dense clouds.