This is the remarkable first picture taken by the new $1.3billion radio telescope sitting high in the Chilean Andes.
It shows two galaxies colliding in a view no other telescope on Earth or in space could capture.
The shot is a teasing glimpse of the capabilities of the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array telescope - this picture has been taken using only a quarter of the antennae it will have when it comes into full operation in 2013.
But even now, this shot of the Antennae Galaxies is astonishing - showing off the telescope's exceptional power at detecting 'cold' matter using radio waves. The combined image shown would not be visible at all to visible-light and infrared telescopes.