Galaxies [noun]

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So somehow a galaxy that spans tens of thousands of light-years is intimately related to what is, in effect, a microscopic dot at its center.

Our galaxy, the Milky Way, has hundreds of billions of stars.

On an even grander scale, it’s tempting to imagine life physically exchanging informational algorithms across an entire galaxy.

In particular, our measurement of the current rate of expansion of the universe is about 10 percent lower than the value found using direct methods of measuring distances to nearby galaxies.

The filament looks magnetized throughout, not just near the galaxy clusters that are moving toward each other from either end.

So in the ultimate future, if we’re heading toward a heat death, our little group of galaxies, the Local Group, will be isolated.

None of the possibilities would explain the nature of dark matter, an unseen substance in the universe that helps stars cling to their galaxies and explains how structures formed in the early universe.

Skeptics, however, have argued that if magnetars were the source, we should see fast radio bursts within our own galaxy.

For the first time, scientists have observed visible light from the Fermi bubbles, enormous blobs of gas that sandwich the plane of the Milky Way galaxy.

A quasar’s light outshines all the other stars in its galaxy.