This is a gorgeous image. The colors and detail are amazing.
Make me wonder what alien astronomy club is ogling a similar picture of our
On May 10, 2019 6:42:36 PM "Bernard Miller" <bgmiller011@xxxxxxx> wrote:
This is an image of M63, also known as NGC 5055 or the Sunflower Galaxy. It
is a spiral galaxy about 0 million light years away in the constellation
Canes Venatici. It is a flocculent (meaning fluffy) galaxy which means it
does not have well defined spiral arms but ha arms that are patchy and
discontinuous. It is about 98,000 light years in diameter which is about the
same size as our Milkyway Galaxy.
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