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Milky Way Galaxy

of course, we live in this galaxy

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If it exists it is not known by most observers.

Our galaxy is one of the billions of other galaxy known as the spiral galaxy. Our galaxy is one of a dozen galaxies that comprises what is known as the local group.

We know the names of lots of galaxies--that is, the names we give them. I'm sure you're most familiar with the Milky Way Galaxy. You are here. Other well-known galaxies include the Andromeda Galaxy, which is our next-galaxy neighbor, and the Sombrero Galaxy, which resembles a sombrero.

The M51 is better known as the whirlpool galaxy.

There are about a 100 known blue shifted galaxies. The most well known, is the Andromeda Galaxy.

The known mass is way too low to account for the fast rotation of the galaxy.The known mass is way too low to account for the fast rotation of the galaxy.The known mass is way too low to account for the fast rotation of the galaxy.The known mass is way too low to account for the fast rotation of the galaxy.

Most galaxies are large. Famous ones are:Milky Way galaxyAndromeda galaxyCartwheel galaxyPinwheel galaxyIC 1101 is a supergiant lenticular galaxy, the largest known galaxy.Even "small" galaxies are quite large by normal Earth standards.

The most common type of galaxy is a dwarf elliptical galaxy.If you classify a dwarf galaxy as a galaxy, then that is your answer, however, if you don't, then a spiral galaxy will be the answer.See the related question for more details.

Most commonly, this galaxy is called the Milky Way. It is a lenticular galaxy, and is known by our scientist to have carbon based life forms. Other life forms are yet to be discovered by these carbon based life forms.

Our galaxy is known as the Milky Way.

The farther out you go, the more galaxies there are, so not every galaxy has a proper name - just catalog numbers. The Wikipedia article "List of the most distant astronomical objects" lists some of the most distant galaxies known.

A M64 is a spiral galaxy known as the Black Eye Galaxy.

The largest known galaxy is M87 (or Virgo A) a giant elliptical galaxy.

M31, also known as the Andromeda Galaxy.

Our galaxy is officially known as the Milky Way.

Andromeda is incorrect its The whirlpool Galaxy

No. A nearby galaxy, M31 - a.k.a. the "Andromeda Galaxy" - is bigger than our Milky Way. Other galaxies are known that are larger still.

Our galaxy is usually known as the Milky Way.

The farthest known star in the universe is probably in the distance galaxy Abell 1835 IR1916, which lies some 13.2 billion light years from earth. This galaxy is believed to be the most distant galaxy in the universe. A link is provided.

Both the Andromeda Galaxy and our own galaxy (the Milky Way) are part of a galaxy cluster known as the Local Group.

The largest known galaxy is elliptical

Our galaxy as known to astronomers is called the Milky Way.

No. The largest known galaxy of its kind is the spiral galaxy Malin 1.

Most exoplanets are large gas giants, one of those is the largest known planet in the galaxy. If you meant the solar system, then the largest planet is Jupiter.

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