View of unusual edge-on galaxy ESO 510-G13 taken by Hubble Space Telescope's (HST) Wide Field Planetary Camera 2 (WFPC2) in April 2001. The twisted disk structure and strong warping indicates ESO 510-G13 has undergone a collision with a nearby galaxy and is the process of swallowing it. Gravitational forces distort the structures of the galaxies as their stars, gas, and dust merge together in a process that takes millions of years. ESO 510-G13 will eventually become a normal appearing single galaxy as disturbances die out. Photos obtained through blue, green, and red filters were combined to form this color composite image which emphasizes contrast between the dusty spiral arms, bright bulge, and blue-star forming regions.