a Andromeda Galaxy b Triangulum Galaxy c Barnards Galaxy dLarge Magellanic

A andromeda galaxy b triangulum galaxy c barnards

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smaller neighbors similar to that of the Milky Way? a. Andromeda Galaxy b. Triangulum Galaxy c. Barnard’s Galaxy d. Large Magellanic Cloud Student Exercises >> G: Galaxies and the Universe >> G4: Structure in the Nearby Universe Universe >> 2: The Virgo Cluster d Question 2: How far away are the galaxies of the Virgo Cluster? a. 2 million light years b. 10 million light years c. 20 million light years d. 60 million light years Student Exercises >> G: Galaxies and the Universe >> G4: Structure in the Nearby Universe Universe >> 4: Filaments b Question 3: What type of structure is highlighted in yellow in the main window? a.Superclusterb.Filamentc.Galaxy clusterd.Void Student Exercises >> G: Galaxies and the Universe >> G4: Structure in the Nearby Universe Universe >> 5: The Great Walls
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d Question 4: The position of the Sun in the Milky Way is marked. Extending outward in two directions from the Sun is an area called the Zone of Avoidance that appears to contain no galaxies. What might be the cause of this? Question 5: Each of the dots on the main window represent what type of object?
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