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  • Jaw-dropping Milky Way time lapse is something to behold

    In our busy world, the night sky is often filled with city lights. If we're lucky, we can see a few dozen stars amidst the ever-growing light pollution on our planet.

  • Space telescope shows most detailed map of Milky Way ever

    Gaia is an ESA craft in space tasked with the job of mapping the Milky Way. It's releasing its first pass at making that happen. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) has ...

  • {Hold w/ Shanthi] Astronomers make rare discovery that ...

    Stars in the Terzan 5 cluster could shed light on how the Milky Way was formed after a team of Italian-led astronomers found stars that not only contain different ...

  • Did you know we live in a huge void in the cosmos

    There was a theory in that came out in 2013 that our Galaxy the Milky Way, and therefore our Earth, sits in a large void in the cosmos. Josh King has the story (@ ...

  • New Debate Over How Fast The Universe Is Expanding

    It was here, in 1929, that Edwin Hubble first clocked faraway galaxies flying away from the Milky Way, bobbing in the outward current of expanding space.

  • The Saddest Party On The Citadel - Epilogue

    Well you asked for it. Baldwin Shepard fulfills his destiny and eradicates all advanced life in The Milky Way Galaxy.Express your remorse in the comments to make our ...

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  • The spiral galaxy NGC 1055 -

    The European Southern Observatory has released new images of spiral galaxy NGC 1055, an older sister of our Milky Way, 55 million light years from Earth in the Cetus ...

  • Husky in his element with season's first snowfall

    Jaw-dropping Milky Way time lapse is something to behold Rumble. UP NEXT Newfoundland dog wrestles tiny little girl Rumble;

  • Husky humorously sticks head out of car window -

    Jaw-dropping Milky Way time lapse is something to behold Rumble 1:09; Newfoundland dog wrestles tiny little girl Rumble 1:32;

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  • Milky Way - Wikipedia

    The Milky Way is the galaxy that contains our Solar System. The descriptive "milky" is derived from the appearance from Earth of the galaxy – a band of ...

  • Milky Way Galaxy: Facts About Our Galactic Home

    The Milky Way is a barred spiral galaxy, about a hundred light-years across. We live on one of its minor spurs, the Orion Arm.

  • 10 Interesting Facts About the Milky Way - Universe Today

    The Milky Way Galaxy is an immense and very interesting place. Not only does it measure some 120,000–180,000 light-years in diameter, it is home to planet Earth ...

  • ESA - Space for Kids - Our Universe - The Milky Way

    We live in one of the arms of a large spiral galaxy called the Milky Way. The Sun and its planets (including Earth) lie in this quiet part of the galaxy, about half ...

  • The Milky Way - online newborn photography classes + retreats

    Hi there! I'm Lisa DiGeso of Milk & Honey Photography and I'm so glad you're here! When I got into the world of newborn photography, there were a lot of tears (not ...

  • Milky Way Galaxy Facts - Space Facts

    The Milky Way Galaxy is our home galaxy in the universe. It is a fairly typical barred spiral with four major arms in its disk, at least one spur, and a newly ...

  • The Milky Way (1969) - IMDb

    Two drifters go on a pilgrimage from France to Santiago de Compostela in Spain. Along the way, they hitchhike, beg for food, and face the Christian dogmas and ...

  • BBC - Universe - Milky Way (pictures, video, facts & news)

    Watch videos from BBC programmes that are full of facts about the Milky Way galaxy and presented by easy-to-understand experts such as Patrick Moore.

  • Stunning Photos of Our Milky Way Galaxy (Gallery)

    These amazing photos show our Milky Way galaxy from the inside out.

  • What is the Milky Way? - Universe Today

    Astronomers had long suspected the Milky Way was made up of stars, but it wasn’t proven until 1610, when Galileo Galilei turned his rudimentary telescope towards ...

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