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2008-05-29 03:50:04
2008-05-29 03:50:04

The Milky Way Galaxy The milky way.


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The Milky Way is the name of the galaxy we are apart of.

No. The solar system is part of the galaxy.

Our galaxy is officially known as the Milky Way.

It's called red shift. It is how further apart a galaxy is. So the redder the Galaxy the further apart it will be.

It is apart of the Local Group.

Any space laboratory is inside our Galaxy. Humans are not yet able to travel beyond our galaxy.

It's very easy to reach one galaxy ... the "Milky Way" ... because we are in it.No human can reach any other galaxy, because the trip would last longer thanhumans live.

No they lived apart from humans =]

The German word for galaxy is "Galaxie" which is pronounced almost the same apart from the first A which is pronounced like the A in harbor

Nope, other way around: The Milky Way - our home galaxy - is part of the universe.

No. The galaxy is held together by the mutual gravity of every object in the galaxy. The central black hole accounts for only a tiny fraction of that mass.

our solar system is part of the milky way galaxy

If you mean "a part", it's the other way round: the Solar System is a part of the Milky Way galaxy.

NO humans are not apart of the natural process because natural means (nature)we are apart of some tipe of grass or tree or something.

Saturn is in the same planetary system as Earth, the Solar Sytem. This system is in turn part of the galaxy known as The Milky way.

That is still being debated but i think it is Gravity

A blackberry, HTC, Samsung Galaxy or LG Optimus.

IC 1101 is a supergiant lenticular galaxy at the center of the Abell 2029 galaxy cluster.It has no other names apart from catalog designations of UGC 9752 and PGC 54167

No they don't. This is a way to tell them apart from humans.

As humans we have a hard time telling penguins apart. However, They can tell each other apart by distinct vocalizations.

I suppose if we survive long enough it is possible. In fact if we stay where we are for another 4.5 billion years, Andromeda will "merge" with the Milky Way Galaxy (Our Galaxy).

At a distance of about 2.5 million light years, the Andromeda galaxy(also known as NGC 224 and M31) is the nearest galaxy to the Earth apart from smaller companion galaxies such as the Magellanic Clouds. Like the Milky Way, Andromeda is a spiral galaxy.

Both.Generally most galaxies are moving apart, but some galaxies are moving towards each other. For example the Andromeda Galaxy is moving towards our galaxy, the Milky Way. The two should merge in about 2.5 billion years.

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