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Cigar Galaxy

The Cigar galaxy is a bright starburst galaxy in the constellation of Ursa Major. The Cigar galaxy is also and more commonly known as Messier 82 or NGC 30 34. The galaxy was discovered in 1774 and was then reconfirmed as a galaxy and introduced into the Messier catalogue,

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Comet Galaxy

The Comet galaxy is a spiral galaxy in the constellation of Sculptor.  The Comet galaxy is over a 3 billion light years away. This is a massive distance, considering that the distance of a 1 single light year is nearly 6

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Cartwheel Galaxy

The Cartwheel galaxy is a Ring galaxy in the constellation of Sculptor.  The Cartwheel galaxy, discovered in 1941, is a fairly new galaxy in terms of when the galaxy was discovered. The galaxy is roughly the size of our very own

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Cosmos Redshift 7

Cosmos Redshift 7 is a redshift emitter galaxy in the constellation of Sextans. Cosmos Redshift 7 is a very special galaxy, as it's one of the oldest known galaxies ever to be discovered in the universe. The galaxy is on a massive redshift, which

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Hoag’s Object

Hoag's Object is a ring galaxy in the constellation of Serpens. Hoag's Object is a strange yet beautiful ring galaxy discovered in the 1950's by it's namesake Arthur Hoag. The ring makes up billions of hot blue stars. Hoag's Object outside of it's outer

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Small Magellanic Cloud

The Small Magellanic Cloud is an irregular type galaxy in constellations Tucana & Hydrus. The galaxy is small, irregular, resides in two different constellations and is fairly close to our own Milky Way.   The Small Magellanic Cloud is also known as

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Large Magellanic Cloud

The Large Magellanic Cloud is a strange type of galaxy next to the Milky Way that is classed as a spiral galaxy even though it doesn't really look as such. The galaxy sits in constellations Dorado and Mensa.   The Large Magellanic Cloud is also

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Mayall’s Object

Mayall's Object is a peculiar / ring galaxy in the constellation of Ursa Major. Mayall's Object was discovered by Nicholas Mayall in the 1940's.   Nearly as old as the universe itself, this amazing looking galaxy was once two galaxies that has now merged into

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