That doesn't make sense - there is not "a" triangulum galaxy, it is "the" triangulum galaxy. In other words, this is the proper name of one specific galaxy.
The galaxy Triangulum is like the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies a Spiral Galaxy
Triangulum is the constellation between Aries the Ram and Andromeda. It's also the name of a spiral galaxy - it's named The Triangulum Galaxy because it's found in the Triangulum Constellation.
The Triangulum Galaxy (also known as M33 and NGC 598) is a spiral galaxy 3 million light-years from Earth in the Triangulum constellation, and is 60,000 light-years in diameter, and contains 40 billion stars.
The Andromeda Galaxy, and the Triangulum Galaxy.
The name tells us that it is in the Triangulum constellation. That indicates the general direction. Also, the Triangulum Galaxy is approximately 3 million light-years away - fairly close for a galaxy. In other words, it is part of the Local Group.
Triangulum Galaxy, Andromeda Galaxy, and the Milky Way Galaxy.
It is spiral barrered
Two nearby galaxies are Andromeda galaxy and Triangulum galaxy. Andromeda galaxy is about 2.56 million light years away from us. Triangulum galaxy is about 3 million light years away from us.
The Triangulum Galaxy (M33 galaxy), a.k.a., the Star Wars galaxy.
* Messier 101, a galaxy referred to as the Pinwheel Galaxy - Spiral* Messier 83, a galaxy referred to as the Southern Pinwheel Galaxy - Intermediate spiral* Triangulum Galaxy (Messier 33), a galaxy also referred to as the Triangulum Pinwheel Galaxy - Spiral* Messier 99, a galaxy also referred to as the Coma Pinwheel Galaxy - Unbarred spiral galaxy
Milky Way Galaxy (ours)Andromeda galaxy.Pinwheel GalaxySunflower GalaxyWhirlpool GalaxyTriangulum Galaxy
In order of distance from EarthNeptuneBarnard's StarAndromedaTriangulum
Canis Major Dwarf Galaxy. If you meant what's the closest spiral galaxy, then the answer is the Triangulum Galaxy.
Triangulum Galaxy - M33 or NGC 598. Thought to be a satellite of Andromeda.
Messier 33 (M33), or NGC 598.
The three main galaxies in our Local Group are our own Milky Way, M31 (the Andromeda Galaxy), and the Triangulum Galaxy.
Milky Way; Andromeda Galaxy; Large Magellanic Cloud; Small Magellanic Cloud; Triangulum Galaxy. (These five are part of the Local Group.)
Milky Way, M31 (the Andromeda Galaxy), the Triangulum Galaxy, the Large Magellanic Cloud, the Small Magellanic Cloud, ...
The Milky WayCanis Major DwarfLarge Magellanic CloudSmall Magellanic CloudAndromeda GalaxyTriangulum GalaxyAquarius Dwarf GalaxyCircinus
Andromeda Galaxy is the nearest spiral galaxy to our Milky Way Galaxy. It is the largest galaxy of the Local Group, which also contains the Milky Way, the Triangulum Galaxy, and about 30 other smaller galaxies.
the Andromeda galaxy has two major companions the milky way galaxy and the triangulum galaxy. it also has two minor members the small magellenic cloud and the large magellenic cloud.
The Milky Way galaxy belongs to a group of around 50 or so galaxies, called the Local Group. The biggest is the Andromeda Galaxy followed by the Milky Way and the Triangulum. The Milky Way is a spiral galaxy.
In Astronomy, "Local Group" refers to the galaxy group that includes our own galaxy (the Milky Way). It includes three larger galaxies (Milky Way, the Andromeda Galaxy and the Triangulum Galaxy) and several dozen dwarf galaxies.