Large magellanic cloud
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With all of the galaxies in the Universe, is it possible that there is cognizant life somewhere else? Well, I can not answer that question for you, but I can offer you a great deal of information about galaxies so that you can make your own informed decision on the matter. A spiral galaxy is shaped like a flat disk with a thicker bulge in the center. Bright spiral arms start from the center and then coil outward like a pinwheel.
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Large Magellanic Cloud
Snake in the clouds—astronomers discover a new dwarf galaxy in the Magellanic Bridge
Click on the "Key Chart" link under LMC in the menu above to go straight to the charts or click on " observing " for some more detail first. A chart for use with binoculars and small telescopes is also available for the Small Magellanic Cloud here or from the charts menu above. A similar chart for the Large Magellanic Cloud will be available soon. These include notes by myself and by Mark Johnston.
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Image: The Herschel Astrophysical Terahertz Large Area Survey
This distance has been confirmed by other authors. The results of a study using late-type eclipsing binaries to determine the distance more accurately was published in the scientific journal Nature in March A distance of NGC is one of the biggest globular clusters in the Large Magellanic Cloud  The LMC has a wide range of galactic objects and phenomena that make it aptly known as an "astronomical treasure-house, a great celestial laboratory for the study of the growth and evolution of the stars," as described by Robert Burnham Jr. This bridge of gas is a star-forming site.
This never-before-seen view shows the Milky Way from an edge-on perspective with the galactic north pole at the top, the south pole at the bottom and the galactic center at the center. The picture combines images obtained at several near-infrared wavelengths. Stars within our galaxy are the dominant source of light at these wavelengths. Even though our solar system is part of the Milky Way, the view looks distant because most of the light comes from the population of stars that are closer to the galactic center than our own Sun. Using infrared images from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, scientists have discovered that the Milky Way's elegant spiral structure is dominated by just two arms wrapping off the ends of a central bar of stars.