Universe Guide

What is a Galaxy?

Galaxy Facts

Our star 'The Sun' is one of many billions of other stars that that make up The Milky Way Galaxy. Our Milky Way is in turn, one of many billions of galaxies that make up the physical part of the universe. Galaxies also include comets, asteroids, nebulas, planets etc. Most galaxies are moving away from us but the famous Andromeda galaxy is moving towards us. No need to panic, it will not happen for millions and millions of years and by that time, the entire human race will have be gone, either dead or on another planet. It had been once thought that all the stars in the Universe was in the Milky Way but that all changed in the 1920's during what is known as the Great Debate,

What is at the centre of the galaxy?

No-one knows for sure, some say it's a super-star, a collection of bright stars or a super-black hole. The centre is commonly known as a supermassive black hole. The centre of the Milky Way is so far away, we've not yet been able to determine what is there as yet. What we do know is that we are in the suburbs of the galaxy.

Galactic Center of the Milky Way in <a href=/constellation/sagittarius>Sagittarius</a>

Where is the centre of the Milky Way, our Galaxy?

Jan Hendrik Oort calculated that the centre is in the direction of the constellation of Sagittarius . The centre of the Galaxy is commonly referred to as Sagittarius A*. It is estimated at a distance of 26,000 Light Years from Earth.

What is the difference between The Solar System, a Galaxy and the Universe?

A Solar System is the smallest of the three subject matter, it covers the area of a Star's Heliosphere. Inside the solar system is the star and all the orbiting Planets, Asteroids, etc. A solar system may not even contain any planets. A Galaxy is a grouping of stars made up of millions and billions of solar systems. The Universe is the biggest of all, it encompasses everything there is, including every galaxy, every star, all matter, everything full stop.

How far away is the centre of the Milky Way, our Galaxy?

The centre of the Galaxy is estimated at between 25,000 light years plus or minus a few thousand. We are at the edge of the galaxy so getting out of the Milky Way is quicker that getting to the centre. A light year is 5,878,625,373,183.608 miles, therefore the centre of the galaxy is very very far away.

What's the nearest and furthest Galaxy to us?

Excluding the Milky Way and its companion galaxies such as the Magellanic clouds (Large and Small), the nearest galaxy to us is the Andromeda Galaxy which is 2.5 million light years away. It won't always be the case though, whilst most galaxies are moving away from us, the Andromeda galaxy is moving towards us with an expected collision happening in approximately 4.5 Billion years time so you got nothing to worry about then. When the galaxy hits us, it is expected that the Milky Way may end up looking like the Tadpole Galaxy, in the constellation of Draco. It is 400 million light years away.

On the other end of the scale, the furthest galaxy so far discovered is known as GN-z11, a galaxy that is located in the constellation of Ursa Major. The galaxy is 32 Billion Light Years away, the light we are seeing from it now is light from its birth. There might be a further galaxy but its light will not have reached us yet.

How did the Milky Way got its name?

Different religions/regions have different views as to how the galaxy came into creation. The term comes from Roman/Greek mythology where after the birth of Heracles, Hera spilled her breast milk in anger of not being the baby's mother. Another variation says that it was spilled when Heracles was caught drinking Hera's milk and was pushed off. The word galaxy derives from the greek word for milk, gala. In the beginning, when they looked up at the stars they saw a cloudy/milky area hence the name.

What are the Galaxy Classification?

A galaxy may be referred to as a NGC or M number, what are they? Galaxies, Nebulas and star clusters were first catalogued by Charles Messier, a French Astronomer. His first catalogue consisted of45 was published in 1774 then grew to 103 in 1781 then finally 110. Later in 1880, the new General Catalogue was started by J.L.E.Dreyer using observations from Sir William Herschel. It contains nearly 8000 objects. Some objects can have both a M number and a NGC number as well. For example, the Andromeda Galaxy is known as both M31 and NGC224.

What is the largest Galaxy?

At the moment, the largest galaxy we know of is the IC 1101, an elliptical galaxy that is at the heart of a group of galaxies known as the Abell 2029 Galaxy Cluster. The galaxy was discovered by Sir William Herschel. The galaxy is estimated at being over 6 million light years in diameter with trillions of stars. To put that in context, the Milky Way is a 1/50th the size of the IC 1101. The IC 1101 can be seen in the constellation of Virgo.

What are the types of Galaxies

There are four main types of Galaxies, ( Spiral, Lenticular, Irregular and Elliptical ). There are subtypes as well, for example, clockwise spiral and anti-clockwise. The best way to explain the different types is to show you what they look like. The Andromeda galaxy is . Irregular Galaxies also include Starburst Galaxies and Ring Galaxies, example of the former is below. Irregulars lack any shape or definition that the other types do hence their name. Lenticular are said to be lens like in nature.

Spiral Galaxy - M31Lenticular - NGC2787
Elliptical Galaxy - M87Irregular Galaxy - M82

Galaxy Collision

Whilst most galaxies are currently moving away from us as a result of the Big Bang. The Andromeda Galaxy is currently on a collision course with the Milky Way. It is moving at a 75 miles a second. Whilst on Earth, that is a super fast speed, it space, it is not that fast considering how far away the Andromeda galaxy is from us. The Andromeda Galaxy is not expected to hit Milky Way for at least 3 billion years. In 3 billion years, the human race unless it has got off this planet will no longer exist because the Sun would have made the planet inhabitable. The below video is something that NASA shared on Youtube which explains more about galaxy merging and how the MIlky Way and Andromeda galaxy will merge.

Video of two galaxies (Andromeda and Milky Way) Colliding

NGC 5714Spiral Galaxy
NGC 5248Galaxy in a Group of Galaxies
NGC 5557Galaxy in a Group of Galaxies
NGC 5559Emission Line Galaxy
NGC 11Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 13Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 20Lenticular GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 19Barred Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 27Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 29Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 39Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 48Barred Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 49Lenticular GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 5Elliptical GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 51Lenticular GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 67Elliptical GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 68Lenticular GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 70Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 71Elliptical GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 72Barred Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 79Elliptical GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 80Lenticular GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 81Lenticular GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 83Elliptical GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 85Interacting Spiral or Lenticular GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 86Lenticular GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 7707Elliptical GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 7831Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 7836Elliptical GalaxyAndromeda
Andromeda Galaxy (M31, NGC224)Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
Le Gentil Satellite Galaxy of M31 (M32, NGC221)Satiellite Galaxy of M31Andromeda
Messier 110 (NGC205)Satiellite Galaxy of M31Andromeda
NGC 1000Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesAndromeda
NGC 1001Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesAndromeda
NGC 184Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 69GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 7640GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 74Lenticular GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 76Lenticular GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 90Interacting Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 93Interacting Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 94Lenticular GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 96Lenticular GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 97Elliptical GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 717Spiral GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 7618Elliptical GalaxyAndromeda
NGC 3125Starburst GalaxyAntlia
NGC 5799GalaxyApus
NGC 5612Spiral GalaxyApus
NGC 5833Spiral GalaxyApus
NGC 5967Spiral GalaxyApus
NGC 7717GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7692GalaxyAquarius
NGC 6962LINER-type Active Galaxy NucleusAquarius
NGC 7727GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7646Spiral GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7656Spiral GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7663Spiral GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7665GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7600Spiral GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7606Spiral GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7573Spiral GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7576Spiral GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7167Spiral GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7585Spiral GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7592Spiral GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7596Lenticular GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7247Spiral GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7257Spiral GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7077Elliptical GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7047Liner-Active Galaxy NucleusAquarius
NGC 7287Spiral GalaxyAquarius
NGC 7377Spiral GalaxyAquarius
NGC 6814Seyfert 1 GalaxyAquila
NGC 6215Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesAra
NGC 1156Dwarf Irregular GalaxyAries
NGC 691Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesAries
NGC 772Galaxy in a Pair of GalaxiesAries
NGC 1024Spiral GalaxyAries
NGC 1134Spiral GalaxyAries
NGC 673GalaxyAries
3C 147Seyfert 1 GalaxyAuriga
NGC 1558GalaxyCaelum
NGC 1567Spiral GalaxyCaelum
NGC 1570Spiral GalaxyCaelum
NGC 1571GalaxyCaelum
NGC 1572Barred Spiral GalaxyCaelum
Caldwell 7Intermediate Spiral GalaxyCamelopardalis
NGC 1569Dwarf Irregular GalaxyCamelopardalis
NGC 2655Lenticular GalaxyCamelopardalis
NGC 2366Irregular GalaxyCamelopardalis
IC 342Starburst GalaxyCamelopardalis
NGC 2535Unbarred Spiral GalaxyCancer
NGC 2536Barred Spiral GalaxyCancer
NGC 2623GalaxyCancer
UGC 4897GalaxyCancer
NGC4242Galaxy in Group of GalaxiesCanes Venatici
Cocoon GalaxyBarred Spiral GalaxyCanes Venatici
IC883Starburst GalaxyCanes Venatici
Messier 106 (NGC4258)Spiral GalaxyCanes Venatici
Messier 94 (NGC4736)Spiral GalaxyCanes Venatici
NGC 5195Galaxy in a Pair of GalaxiesCanes Venatici
Sunflower Galaxy (M63, NGC5055)Spiral GalaxyCanes Venatici
Whale GalaxyGalaxyCanes Venatici
Whirlpool Galaxy (M51, NGC5194)Spiral GalaxyCanes Venatici
Canis Major Dwarf GalaxyDwarf GalaxyCanis Major
NGC 2350Spiral GalaxyCanis Minor
NGC 2402GalaxyCanis Minor
NGC 2416Spiral GalaxyCanis Minor
NGC 2433GalaxyCanis Minor
NGC 2470Spiral GalaxyCanis Minor
NGC 6986Elliptical GalaxyCapricornus
NGC 7017Elliptical GalaxyCapricornus
NGC 147Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesCassiopeia
Centaurus ASeyfert 2 GalaxyCentaurus
NGC4622Spiral GalaxyCentaurus
NGC 5398Low Surface Brightness GalaxyCentaurus
NGC 2300Lenticular GalaxyCepheus
Darth Vader's Galaxy (NGC 936)Barred Lenticular GalaxyCetus
IC 1613, Caldwell 51Irregular Dwarf GalaxyCetus
Messier 77 (NGC1068)Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 1015Barred Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 1055Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 1065Elliptical GalaxyCetus
NGC 1128Dumbell GalaxyCetus
NGC 307Lenticular GalaxyCetus
NGC 355Lenticular GalaxyCetus
NGC 17Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 73Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 64Barred Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 65Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 66Barred Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 54Edge-on Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 58Intermediate Barred Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 59Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 61Lenticular GalaxyCetus
NGC 62Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 50Elliptical GalaxyCetus
NGC 45Low Surface Brightness Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 47Barred Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 7828GalaxyCetus
NGC 7829GalaxyCetus
NGC 7807Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 7808Lenticular GalaxyCetus
NGC 7813Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 7821Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 77Elliptical GalaxyCetus
IC1613Galaxy in a Cluster of GalaxiesCetus
IC 1613Galaxy in Cluster of GalaxiesCetus
NGC 34Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 35Spiral GalaxyCetus
NGC 3620Spiral GalaxyChamaeleon
IRAS 14092-6506Seyfert GalaxyCircinus
NGC 1808Seyfert GalaxyColumba
BlackEye Galaxy (M64, NGC4826)Spiral GalaxyComa Berenices
Dragonfly 44GalaxyComa Berenices
IC 4107Low Surface Brightness GalaxyComa Berenices
Messier 100 (NGC4321)Spiral GalaxyComa Berenices
Messier 85 (NGC4382)Spiral GalaxyComa Berenices
Messier 88 (NGC4501)Spiral GalaxyComa Berenices
Messier 91 (NGC4548)Spiral GalaxyComa Berenices
Messier 98 (NGC4192)Spiral GalaxyComa Berenices
Messier 99 (NGC4254)Spiral GalaxyComa Berenices
NGC 4676Interacting GalaxyComa Berenices
NGC 4884Brightest Galaxy in a ClusterComa Berenices
NGC 4889Supergiant GalaxyComa Berenices
NGC 6768Spiral GalaxyCorona Australis
NGC 6120GalaxyCorona Borealis
Antennae GalaxiesStarburst GalaxyCorvus
NGC 3546Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesCrater
Fireworks GalaxyHII GalaxyCygnus
Large Magellanic CloudDwarf GalaxyDorado
NGC 1672Seyfert GalaxyDorado
NGC 2020Lenticular GalaxyDorado
NGC 4236Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesDraco
NGC 4319Spiral GalaxyDraco
NGC 5906Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesDraco
NGC 5907Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesDraco
NGC 5949Dwarf GalaxyDraco
NGC 5963Emission-line GalaxyDraco
NGC 5965Spiral GalaxyDraco
NGC 5981Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesDraco
NGC 6478Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesDraco
NGC 6479GalaxyDraco
NGC 6552Seyfert GalaxyDraco
NGC 6869GalaxyDraco
NGC4589Elliptical GalaxyDraco
NGC6503Spiral GalaxyDraco
NGC6786Spiral GalaxyDraco
Spindle Galaxy (M102)Lenticular or Spiral GalaxyDraco
Tadpole GalaxyBarred Spiral GalaxyDraco
NGC 7015Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesEquuleus
NGC 7040Spiral GalaxyEquuleus
NGC 7046Barred Spiral GalaxyEquuleus
NGC 1234Lenticular GalaxyEridanus
NGC 1300Barred Spiral GalaxyEridanus
NGC 1309Spiral GalaxyEridanus
NGC 1332Galaxy in a Pair of GalaxiesEridanus
NGC 1427AIrregular GalaxyEridanus
NGC 1627GalaxyEridanus
IC 335Lenticular GalaxyFornax
NGC 1316Giant Elliptical GalaxyFornax
NGC1365Seyfert GalaxyFornax
IC 5201Barred Spiral GalaxyGrus
NGC 7632Spiral GalaxyGrus
NGC 7658Spiral GalaxyGrus
NGC 7599Barred Spiral GalaxyGrus
NGC 7590Spiral GalaxyGrus
NGC 7582Barred Spiral GalaxyGrus
NGC 7531Spiral GalaxyGrus
NGC 7545Irregular GalaxyGrus
NGC 7552Barred Spiral GalaxyGrus
NGC 7087Spiral GalaxyGrus
NGC 7097Elliptical GalaxyGrus
NGC 7107Barred Spiral GalaxyGrus
NGC 7117Elliptical GalaxyGrus
NGC 7297Spiral GalaxyGrus
NGC 7307Spiral GalaxyGrus
A2261-BCG - Abelle 2261 Brightest Cluster GalaxyGalaxyHercules
NGC 6050Interacting Spiral GalaxyHercules
NGC 6327GalaxyHercules
NGC 6207Spiral GalaxyHercules
NGC 1512Barred Spiral GalaxyHorologium
NGC 1433Barred Spiral GalaxyHorologium
NGC 1448Spiral GalaxyHorologium
NGC 1483Barred Spiral GalaxyHorologium
NGC 2850GalaxyHydra
NGC 3309Giant Elliptical GalaxyHydra
NGC 4993Elliptical or Lenticular GalaxyHydra
Porpoise / Penguin GalaxyGalaxyHydra
Messier 83 (NGC5236)Spiral GalaxyHydra
NGC 7655Elliptical GalaxyIndus
NGC 7633Barred Spiral GalaxyIndus
NGC 7049Lenticular GalaxyIndus
NGC 7007Spiral GalaxyIndus
NGC 7197Spiral GalaxyLacerta
NGC 7227Spiral GalaxyLacerta
Bubble GalaxySpiral GalaxyLeo
Messier 105 (NGC3379)Elliptical GalaxyLeo
Messier 65 (NGC3623)Spiral GalaxyLeo
Messier 66 (NGC3627)Spiral GalaxyLeo
Messier 95 (NGC3351)Spiral GalaxyLeo
Messier 96 (NGC3368)Elliptical GalaxyLeo
NGC 3384Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesLeo
NGC 3389Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesLeo
NGC 3455Spiral GalaxyLeo
NGC 3810Spiral GalaxyLeo
Hamburger GalaxySpiral GalaxyLeo
NGC 3686Barred Spiral GalaxyLeo
NGC 3447Galaxy in Pair of GalaxiesLeo
NGC 2903Barred Spiral GalaxyLeo
NGC 2905Barred Spiral GalaxyLeo
NGC 3338Spiral GalaxyLeo
NGC 3430Barred Spiral GalaxyLeo Minor
NGC 3486Intermediate Barred Spiral GalaxyLeo Minor
NGC 3512Barred Spiral GalaxyLeo Minor
NGC 3003GalaxyLeo Minor
NGC 3021Spiral GalaxyLeo Minor
NGC 1993Lenticular GalaxyLepus
IC 4536Galaxy in Pair of GalaxiesLibra
NGC 5793Spiral GalaxyLibra
NGC 5878Spiral GalaxyLibra
NGC 5792Spiral GalaxyLibra
NGC 5605GalaxyLibra
IC 2233Low Surface Brightness GalaxyLynx
NGC 2500Barred Spiral GalaxyLynx
NGC 2537Interacting GalaxyLynx
NGC 6703GalaxyLyra
NGC 2019Lenticular GalaxyMensa
NGC 6923Galaxy in a Pair of GalaxiesMicroscopium
NGC 6925Emission-line GalaxyMicroscopium
NGC 7057Spiral GalaxyMicroscopium
NGC 7098GalaxyOctans
NGC 6438Lenticular GalaxyOctans
NGC 2573Barred Spiral GalaxyOctans
NGC 7637Spiral GalaxyOctans
IC 404Spiral GalaxyOrion
NGC 1975Lenticular GalaxyOrion
NGC6744Spiral GalaxyPavo
NGC 1Galaxy in a Pair of GalaxiesPegasus
NGC 7320GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7331GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7479Spiral GalaxyPegasus
Fried Egg Galaxy (NGC 7742)Galaxy in a Pair of GalaxiesPegasus
Pegasus Dwarf Irregular GalaxyDwarf Irregular GalaxyPegasus
Pegasus Dwarf Spheroidal GalaxyDwarf Spheroidal GalaxyPegasus
NGC 9Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7207Lenticular GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7217Unbarred Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7137Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7147GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7237GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7387Lenticular GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7407Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7505GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7508GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7509Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7511Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7512Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7514Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7515Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7516Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7317Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7337Barred Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7347Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7357Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7367Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7427Lenticular GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7437GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7457Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7467GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7487GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7497Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7500Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7597Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7598GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7593Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7594Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7595Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7584Barred Lenticular GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7586Barred Lenticular GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7587Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7588GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7578Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7579GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7580Galaxy in Group of GalaxiesPegasus
NGC 7567GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7568Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7569Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7570Barred Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7572Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7553Barred Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7558Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7559GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7563Barred Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7542GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7543Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7547Barred Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7548Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7549Barred Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7550Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7551GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7535GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7536Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7539Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7540GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7519Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7523GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7525Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7527Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7528Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7529Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7619Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7620Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7612Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7615Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7616Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7608Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7609Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7610Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7601Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7602Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7638GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7641Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7630Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7631Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7643Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7644GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7634Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7623Lenticular GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7624Barred Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7625Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7626Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7628Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7653Lenticular GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7651GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7647Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7648Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7649Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7659GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7660Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7664Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7677Barred Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7678Barred Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7671Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7672Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7673Disturbed Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7674Barred Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7675Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7683Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7680Elliptical GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7681Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7688Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7621GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7817Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7819Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7814Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7810Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7803Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7805Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7806Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7737Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7747Barred Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7767Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7777Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7691Barred Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7698Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 7800Irregular GalaxyPegasus
NGC 14Irregular GalaxyPegasus
NGC 15Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 16Lenticular GalaxyPegasus
NGC 26Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 2Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 22Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 23Barred Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 52Edge-on Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 41Spiral GalaxyPegasus
NGC 42Lenticular GalaxyPegasus
4C 37.11Seyfert GalaxyPerseus
NGC 1275Seyfert GalaxyPerseus
NGC 1277Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesPerseus
NGC 625Active Galaxy NucleusPhoenix
NGC 98Barred Spiral GalaxyPhoenix
NGC 31Spiral GalaxyPhoenix
NGC 87Diffuse, highly disorganized barred irregular galaxyPhoenix
NGC 88Barred Spiral GalaxyPhoenix
NGC 89Barred Spiral or Lenticular GalaxyPhoenix
NGC 25Lenticular GalaxyPhoenix
NGC 37Lenticular GalaxyPhoenix
NGC 28Elliptical GalaxyPhoenix
NGC 7689Spiral GalaxyPhoenix
NGC 7690Spiral GalaxyPhoenix
ESO 121-6Spiral GalaxyPictor
NGC 1998Lenticular GalaxyPictor
Messier 74 (NGC628)Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 199Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 498Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 500Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 509Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 517Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 524Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 60LINER-type Active Galaxy NucleusPisces
NGC 57Elliptical GalaxyPisces
NGC 78Galaxy in a Pair of GalaxiesPisces
NGC 75Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 95Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7501Elliptical GalaxyPisces
NGC 7503Elliptical GalaxyPisces
NGC 7517Elliptical GalaxyPisces
NGC 7518Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7506Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7397GalaxyPisces
NGC 3Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 7591Barred Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7577GalaxyPisces
NGC 7589GalaxyPisces
NGC 7583GalaxyPisces
NGC 7530Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7524GalaxyPisces
NGC 7521Barred Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 7541Barred Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7537Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7532Barred Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7533GalaxyPisces
NGC 7534Irregular GalaxyPisces
NGC 7544Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 7546GalaxyPisces
NGC 7564Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7566Seyfert II GalaxyPisces
NGC 7562Elliptical GalaxyPisces
NGC 7554Elliptical GalaxyPisces
NGC 7556GalaxyPisces
NGC 7557Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7603Spiral Seyfert GalaxyPisces
NGC 7604Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 7611Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7617Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7613GalaxyPisces
NGC 7682Barred Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7684GalaxyPisces
NGC 7685Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7687Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 7679Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7667Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7629Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 7642Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 36Barred Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 38Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 4Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 100Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 12Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 63Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7802Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7787GalaxyPisces
NGC 7797Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7757Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7693GalaxyPisces
NGC 7694Irregular GalaxyPisces
NGC 7695Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 7696GalaxyPisces
NGC 7809GalaxyPisces
NGC 7811Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7816Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7820Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7818Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7824Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7825Barred Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7827Barred Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7837Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7838Spiral or Lenticular GalaxyPisces
NGC 7832Elliptical GalaxyPisces
NGC 7834Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7835Spiral GalaxyPisces
NGC 7157Spiral GalaxyPiscis Austrinus
NGC 7187Spiral GalaxyPiscis Austrinus
NGC 7267Barred Spiral GalaxyPiscis Austrinus
NGC 7277Spiral GalaxyPiscis Austrinus
NGC 2613Emission Line GalaxyPyxis
NGC 1559GalaxyReticulum
NGC 6822GalaxySagittarius
Cartwheel GalaxyRing GalaxySculptor
NGC 10Emission Line GalaxySculptor
NGC 24Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesSculptor
NGC 423Lenticular GalaxySculptor
NGC 7793Spiral GalaxySculptor
NGC 7507Elliptical GalaxySculptor
NGC 7513Barred Spiral GalaxySculptor
NGC 7812Spiral GalaxySculptor
Whale GalaxyIrregular GalaxySculptor
NGC 7Spiral GalaxySculptor
NGC 7645Spiral GalaxySculptor
NGC 7636Spiral GalaxySculptor
Hoag's ObjectRing GalaxySerpens
NGC 6027Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesSerpens
NGC 3044Barred Spiral GalaxySextans
NGC 3115Lenticular GalaxySextans
NGC 1410Seyfert 2 GalaxyTaurus
NGC 6861Lenticular GalaxyTelescopium
NGC 6870Galaxy in a Pair of GalaxiesTelescopium
NGC 1002Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesTriangulum
The Triangulum Galaxy (M33, NGC598)Spiral GalaxyTriangulum
NGC 5938Elliptical GalaxyTriangulum Australe
NGC 6156Spiral GalaxyTriangulum Australe
NGC 6183Spiral GalaxyTriangulum Australe
NGC 7823Spiral GalaxyTucana
NGC 7697Spiral GalaxyTucana
NGC 53Barred Spiral GalaxyTucana
NGC 7676Elliptical GalaxyTucana
NGC 7657Barred Spiral GalaxyTucana
NGC 7661Spiral GalaxyTucana
NGC 7650Spiral GalaxyTucana
NGC 7652Spiral GalaxyTucana
NGC 7622GalaxyTucana
Small Magellanic CloudDwarf GalaxyTucana
NGC 7417Barred Spiral GalaxyTucana
ARP 214 (NGC3178)GalaxyUrsa Major
Bode's Galaxy (M81, NGC3031)Spiral GalaxyUrsa Major
Cigar Galaxy (M82, NGC3034)Irregular GalaxyUrsa Major
GN-z11GalaxyUrsa Major
Messier 108 (NGC3556)Spiral GalaxyUrsa Major
Messier 109 (NGC3992)Spiral GalaxyUrsa Major
NGC 2768Seyfert GalaxyUrsa Major
NGC 2787Lenticular GalaxyUrsa Major
NGC 2841Unbarred Spiral GalaxyUrsa Major
NGC 3077Small Galaxy (Peculiar)Ursa Major
NGC 3471Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesUrsa Major
NGC 3550Lenticular GalaxyUrsa Major
NGC 3558Lenticular GalaxyUrsa Major
NGC 3718Galaxy in a Pair of GalaxiesUrsa Major
NGC 3726Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesUrsa Major
NGC 3938Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesUrsa Major
NGC 3953Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesUrsa Major
NGC 3972Galaxy in a Pair of GalaxiesUrsa Major
NGC 3982Intermediate Spiral GalaxyUrsa Major
NGC 4096Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesUrsa Major
NGC 4290Radio GalaxyUrsa Major
NGC4013Spiral GalaxyUrsa Major
Pinwheel Galaxy (M101, NGC5457)Spiral GalaxyUrsa Major
UGC 4459Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesUrsa Major
NGC 6251Seyfert GalaxyUrsa Minor
NGC 6091GalaxyUrsa Minor
NGC 6094GalaxyUrsa Minor
NGC 5832Barred Spiral GalaxyUrsa Minor
Polarissima BorealisGalaxyUrsa Minor
NGC 6217Barred Spiral GalaxyUrsa Minor
NGC 3256Peculiar GalaxyVela
IC 1011Barred Spiral GalaxyVirgo
IC 1101Elliptical GalaxyVirgo
Messier 49 (NGC4472)Elliptical GalaxyVirgo
Messier 58 (NGC4579)Spiral GalaxyVirgo
Messier 59 (NGC4621)Elliptical GalaxyVirgo
Messier 60 (NGC4649)Elliptical GalaxyVirgo
Messier 61 (NGC4303)Spiral GalaxyVirgo
Messier 84 (NGC4374)Lenticular GalaxyVirgo
Messier 86 (NGC4406)Lenticular GalaxyVirgo
Messier 87 (NGC4486)Elliptical GalaxyVirgo
Messier 89 (NGC4552)Elliptical GalaxyVirgo
Messier 90 (NGC4569)Spiral GalaxyVirgo
NGC 4425Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesVirgo
NGC 4443GalaxyVirgo
NGC 4522Galaxy in a Group of GalaxiesVirgo
NGC 4526Lenticular GalaxyVirgo
NGC4458Elliptical GalaxyVirgo
NGC4660Elliptical GalaxyVirgo
NGC5257HII GalaxyVirgo
Sombrero Galaxy (M104, NGC4594)Spiral GalaxyVirgo
NGC 4880Spiral GalaxyVirgo
NGC 4628Seyfert 2 GalaxyVirgo
NGC 2466GalaxyVolans

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