Of course you have. But not like this.
Behold: a spectacular composite ‘close-up’ of the spiral galaxy Messier 61 combining images from the Hubble Space Telescope, he European Southern Observatory and other smaller telescopes on Earth. To wit:
A mere 55 million light-years away in the Virgo Cluster of Galaxies, M61 is also known as NGC 4303. It’s considered to be an example of a barred spiral galaxy similar to our own Milky Way. Like other spiral galaxies, M61 also features sweeping spiral arms, cosmic dust lanes, pinkish star forming regions, and young blue star clusters. The bright galactic core is offset to the left in this 50 thousand light-year wide close-up.
Full sized image here.