Essentially everything we can see in the night sky — whether with the unaided eye or with telescopes — are galaxies, or parts of galaxies. When thinking about galaxies, we need to think BIG: a galaxy is an almost unfathomably large collection of dust, gas, dark matter, planets, and stars — billions of them, packed together by the force of gravity.
KeywordsDark Matter Large Collection
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