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The Largest Galaxy in the Universe
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there are about 100 billion galaxies in

the universe
your for roughly $13 billion years the

swarmed around each other
colliding emerging undergoing rapid star

formation
and suffering period to drown were no

new stars
are born by
the range in size and shape from small

dwarf galaxies
to the beautiful and graceful mid-range

spiral galaxies
to the gigantic and ancient ellipticals
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the smallest the dwarf galaxies can be

as small as 200 light-years across
and not much more massive than a star

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they contain as few as a hundred million

stars and act
as shepherds most up the spiral galaxies

we see today
by the new the largest galaxies in the

universe
are the ellipticals they are beatrice

collections a very old stars
the range in shape from nearly spherical

to highly
clapped and contain as many as a

trillion stars
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so one intriguing question to ask is own
these giant galaxies in the universe

which one is the largest
what is the largest Galaxy we've ever

seen
answer past on
known as I see 1101 this galaxy is

located one
billion light-years away in the

constellation serpents your
this is the largest Galaxy in unknown

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has a diameter up six million

light-years in a Mansell 100 trillion
stars
with most to that man's in the form

other loosened
dark matter
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is more than 50 times the size of our

Milky Way galaxy
and two thousand times as massive if he

would put in place about our galaxy
you would swallow up the Large

Magellanic Cloud Small Magellanic Cloud
the Andromeda Galaxy and the triangular

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has spent most of its life colliding

with other galaxies and owes its size to
these collisions
over billions of years galaxies about

the size of the Milky Way and Andromeda
have been merging together to sculpt and

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this tighten up the cosmos in
this galaxy is beer after star-making

gases
here rapid star formation has long ago

ceased
because of the lack of gas and dust very

few
new stars are being born instead
those that remain by the only source of

fuel for their progeny
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the telescope in contrast to the blue

tinge spiral galaxies
I see 1101 is yellow or red in color
the cholera galaxies is a lot about the

stars a campaign's
blue galaxies are alive and vibrant with

new stars
while the yellow or red teen job

ellipticals signals
almost done the
I see 1101 and other ellipticals contain

at its center
a supermassive black hole it is commonly

understood that the massive the galaxy's
central black hole
is tightly linked to the size of the

galaxy making the one
at the center I see 1101 the largest

known
supermassive black hole
this galaxy is dying a slow death well

not entirely devoid of new stars
unless he continues to merge with newer

younger galaxies
I see 1101 more slowly food
galaxy collisions and mergers are the

pole so the universe
with each one galaxies are pollinated

with new seeds for more storms
keeping them vibrant and you'll over

time however
these collisions take their toll the

central supermassive black holes
devouring all the encounter
and leaving behind the shoals ever aging

stars
it some theories prevail that our

universe maybe about two billion years
away from the halfway point in its life
ask our Milky Way galaxy participate in

this great cosmic pants and cool lines
and merges
morphine from spiral to elliptical the

ultimately sharing the famed I see
1101 he will preside is a
venerable statesman group and
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