The Whirlpool galaxy is a spiral galaxy in the constellation of Canes Venatici. The Whirlpool galaxy is also known as Messier 51, or M51. Discovered in 1773 by Charles Messier, this amazing galaxy can been seen through a small telescopeRead Full Article
The M63/Sunflower galaxy is a spiral galaxy in the constellation of Canes Venatici. The M63/Sunflower galaxy is also known as NGC 5055. The galaxy was verified discovered in 1773 by Charles Messier, although previously discovered by a fellow astronomer and colleague of Charles Messier. LikeRead Full Article
The M104/Sombrero galaxy is a barred spiral galaxy in the constellation of Virgo. The M104/Sombrero galaxy is also known as NGC 4594. The galaxy was discovered in 1781, and was verified and made one of the Messier Catalogue objects devised by Charles Messier, hence theRead Full Article
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 6Read Full Article
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 ownRead Full Article
You have probably heard the word galaxy or galaxies mentioned by loads of people who know a lot about them, or by your own parents or your science teacher. LetRead Full Article
Do you know what gravity is? Firstly gravity is so very important to the universe and how the universe works. It’s also very important to our planet, and how itRead Full Article
One of the main reasons how we have managed to travel into space and why we know what we know about the universe is by creating the technology to sendRead Full Article
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Scientists in Australia have been working on and have revealed new images of our Milky Way galaxy from the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA) telescope.
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