This is not a recent image. The galaxy here is the famous, M63 or Sunflower Galaxy. Since most night sky objects are very very dim; astroimagers expose their camera with the starry photons for minutes or even hours (if the sky permits).
While imaging M63 at 5 minutes of single exposure, here came the image.. a satellite had just passed right through the center of the galaxy! Of course the satellite was in the foreground and the galaxy is way way too far from us.
Now that’s an interesting image!