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Andromeda Galaxy

Andromeda is a spiral galaxy like our own Milky Way galaxy and the closest large galaxy to us. The Milky way is about 100,000 light years in diameter and Andromeda is about 140,000 light years across. 141 more words



Life unfolds like a story, revealing every character for who they are, slowly and steadily life does its job. I have asked a friend this question, many times, what do you think of life and he always laughed thinking I was funny, perhaps. 528 more words

Mysteries Of Life

upcoming perseid meteor shower

Two Perseid meteors streak the sky, above the ridge, beside the Milky Way.

This is a reminder to let everyone know the Perseid meteor shower is coming up. 252 more words

From Ethan Siegel: "The Stars Of Andromeda, Inside And Out, As Revealed By Hubble"

From Ethan Siegel

Andromeda Galaxy Adam Evans

The Milky Way’s plane obscures our view of most stars in our own galaxy, but an even grander spiral — Andromeda — lies 2.5 million light years away. 474 more words

Basic Research

Largest galaxy in observable universe

Types of galaxies

In the universe, there are three types of galaxy. First one is Dwarf Galaxy. It is a category of smallest galaxy. In this category, many galaxies only 200 light years across. 230 more words


The Perseus Signal: “What We Found Could Not Be Explained by Known Physics”

Source: Ancient-Code.com
July 5, 2016

The Perseus signal is one of the most mysterious findings in the history of astronomy. A group of researchers gathered to explore the Perseus Cluster, a conglomeration of galaxies located a staggering 250 million light years from our solar system. 422 more words


M31: Andromeda

Andromeda. Just the word alone evokes a sense of mystery and strangeness.

Imagine, the closest major spiral galaxy to our own Milky Way. What resides there? 300 more words