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Messier 32 is a dwarf elliptical galaxy about 2.65 million light years away in the constellation Andromeda

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is a giant elliptical galaxy in the constellation about 10 billion light years away in the constellation Cassiopeia. It is the closest giant elliptical galaxy to the Milky Way

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No. The Milky Way is believed to be a barred spiral galaxy.


The Milky Way galaxy is a spiral, not elliptical, galaxy.


No, Milky Way is a barred spiral.


The Galaxy the milky Way is a Barred spiral galaxy but soon to be an elliptical galaxy when Andromeda collides with the Milky Way.


andromeda and milky way galaxy will collide and become a elliptical galaxy.


An elliptical galaxy is a type of galaxy not a particular one.


Our galaxy is the Milky way. Andromeda is the nearest galaxy to our milky way.


The Andromeda Galaxy is the nearest and a large galaxy near the Milky Way Galaxy.


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.


no, the sun is in a spiral galaxy called the milky way.


There is a galaxy called the Andromeda galaxy that is potentially going to collide with the Milky Way


The nearest non-dwarf galaxy is the Andromeda galaxy.


The Milky Way Galaxy - the one we are in.


The nearest spiral galaxy to the Milky Way/ The Earth is M31 aka Andromeda. You can see all of the galaxies (Spiral, irregular, and elliptical) in our Local Group here: http://abyss.uoregon.edu/~js/glossary/local_group.html The nearest spiral galaxy to the Earth, however, is the Milky Way. We are in a spiral galaxy. Except, if you don't count this, then it is infact M31, or Andromeda.


The second nearest is the Saggitarius Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxy.


The nearest Spiral Galaxy is our own Milky Way Galaxy. After that, is the Andromeda Galaxy.


It isn't. Earth is in the Milky Way Galaxy - a spiral galaxy.


The nearest galaxy is Andromeda, which is predicted to collide with the Milkey Way, our galaxy, in billions of years.


Maffei 1 is a good example of an elliptical galaxy. It is in the constellation Cassiopeia and the closest giant elliptical galaxy to the Milky Way.See related link for more information.


My family had a Ford Galaxie while we lived in the Milky Way Galaxy. I do not know how far it is to the nearest galaxy. We are currently in the Milky Way Galaxy.


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The Milky Way is the galaxy in which our solar system is located; you are inside the Milky Way; it's all around you. The Andromeda galaxy is the nearest galaxy to the Milky Way. The Milky Way is closer to us because we live inside of it.


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