Our Milky Way has a diameter of 100,000 light-years, and contains somewhere between 200-400 billion stars. Other galaxies can have anywhere from about 10 million stars to about 100 trillion stars; a dwarf galaxy is much smaller than the Milky Way, while the largest galaxies can have a diameter of several hundred thousand light-years.
The universe is one big galaxy, therefore the answer one galaxy.
The galaxy was actually,really,big.
No. It is not even a galaxy, it is a group of six stars that form the constellation the big dipper.
No they are to big
the universe is bigger than the galaxy because our galaxy (the milky way) is in the universe.
Every galaxy contains stars, if that's what you mean. "Galaxy" means "big bunch of stars". No stars ===> no galaxy.
This galaxy, along with all the others, was created by the big bang.
it's not that big compared to the galaxy it is big to carry us.
The galaxy is so big that you fit billions and billions of our moon Luna in our galaxy!
the milky way
the milky way.
the big bang theory
As big as the galaxy and beyond
The Whirlpool Galaxy or M51 has a diameter of approximately 76,000 light years.
Yes. All constellations are in the Milky Way Galaxy
The Galaxy S4 Active's screen is 4.55 inches.
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No its actually not.
The name for a big collection of stars is called a galaxy.
Tarantox in the space junk galaxy Mega leg in the terrace King Kaliente and Dino piranha in good egg galaxy top maniac in the battle rock galaxy big mole in gusty garden galaxy baron brr in the freeze flame galaxy big bad bugaboom in the honey hive galaxy bowser in the bed room fountain and engine airship in the kitchen and ghost in the ghostly galaxy. That is all I know.
The Andromeda Galaxy is roughly 100,000 light years in diameter.
All of the stars visible to the naked eye are members of the Milky Way Galaxy.