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Pegasus Dwarf Irregular Galaxy


Pegasus Dwarf Irregular Galaxy is a dwarf irregular galaxy object of interest in space. It lies at a distance of 3m light years away in the constellation of Pegasus. The Dwarf Irregular Galaxy's location is 23:28.36.2 (R.A.) and 14:44.35 (Dec.). .

This is one of two galaxies that are located within the confines of the constellation of Pegasus. It is probably best known for sci-fiers as being the galaxy which the Stargate Atlantis television is set in. They don't actually specify which galaxy is the actual one, its done by deduction. Major General Hank Landry talks about the galaxy being 3 million light years away which of the two galaxies, this is the one that best fits that distance. ref:wiki. The other galaxy is the Pegasus Dwarf Spheriodal Galaxy, another small and local galaxy to our own Milky Way.

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NamePegasus Dwarf Irregular Galaxy
TypeDwarf Irregular Galaxy
ConstellationPegasus
TypeDwarf Irregular Galaxy
Right Ascension23:28.36.2
Declination14:44.35
Distance (Lt.Yr)3m
Apparent Magnitude13