Polar ring galaxies, known for such unique formations, are usually identified by observations of starlight. However, NGC 4632 stands out as one of the initial discoveries made using a radio telescope survey. This image integrates the gas ring captured by the highly sensitive radio telescope ASKAP with optical data from the Subaru telescope.Astronomers used virtual reality technology to distinguish the gas in the main disk of the galaxy from the ring. One theory suggests that it may form from matter taken from a galaxy during gravitational interactions with a neighboring galaxy.According to the journal "ScitechDaily", another possibility is the accumulation of hydrogen gas from the filaments of the cosmic network, which then forms a ring around the galaxy. Over time, some of this gas may shrink due to gravity, leading to the formation of stars.