The Jasper Galaxy, also known as the Cosmic Eye, is also known in scientific name as IC 1648. It is located at 244 million light years from the Milky Way.
It is one of the closest to the Lewis Galaxy and it constituted a departing point of colonization to some other big Galaxies of the Constellation of Draco and the Constellation of Pisces from the Lewis Galaxy Nations, such as the Agape Galaxy, the Perseus Galaxy, the Icarus Galaxy, the Medusa Galaxy and the Akai Galaxy among others.
The Jasper Galaxy is known for being especially circular for a spiral galaxy, making it especially pretty from the surface of planets orbiting stars outside the visible part of the galaxy, some even claiming they feel like they're being watched during the night. This makes the Jasper Galaxy especially deserving of the name 'the Cosmic Eye'.