the milky way is the galaxy in which we stand. it has constellations in it but is not in a constellation
galaxy well... the milky way itself is a constellation but we live in what we call the milky way galaxy.,
No. The Milky Way is the name for our galaxy. Orion is just a constellation.
The Milky Way is the plane of our galaxy NOT a constellation. We can see it because we are part of it.
The Milky Way is out nearest Galaxy. It is not a constellation.
"Our" galaxy is the Milky Way.
No, the Milky Way is a galaxy. It's the one we live in.
The center of the Milky Way galaxy is a lot further out, but in the direction of the constellation Sagittarius.
All stars that you can see (and thus constellations) are part of the Milky Way Galaxy.
Our galaxy and the Milky Way are the same galaxy.
Orion is a constellation in our galaxy, the Milky Way.
Yes, all the stars that make up the constellation Sagittarius are part of our galaxy, the Milky Way.
Yes. All constellations are in the Milky Way. Note that the Andromeda constellation is not to be confused with the Andromeda Galaxy.
All of them. The Milky Way is all around us.
All of them. Any star you can see with the naked eye is within the Milky Way Galaxy.
That is the galaxy in which we are located.
All stars and constellations that we can see are in the Milky Way galaxy.
Our Solar System is located IN the Milky Way Galaxy.
The galaxy in which we are located - and thus the galaxy in which our Sun, and our Solar System, is located, is known as the "Milky Way".
We are in the Milky Way Galaxy at the end of one of the arms.
In the milky way, like all the constellations.
The galaxy which we are located in is the Milky Way Galaxy. It is a spiral galaxy.
Earth is part of the Sol Constellation which belongs to the Milky Way Galaxy.
Our planet is located in the Milky Way Galaxy.
The Carina Dwarf Spheroidal is a dwarf galaxy in the Carina constellation.
The Earth is located in a galaxy called the Milky Way. It is about 26,000 light-years from the center.