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Counting Galaxies

13 Mar 2018, 05:00 UTC
Counting Galaxies
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Leo, the lion, springs across the sky on March nights. He’s in the east at nightfall, marked by his prominent “heart,” the bright star Regulus, which is a third of the way up the sky.

If you scan the sky below and to the left of Leo with a telescope, you’ll see clusters of galaxies. They contain thousands of galaxies in all. Each galaxy is an “island universe” similar to the Milky Way — a vast assemblage of millions or billions of stars.

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