Galaxys By: sophia mitchell

THERE ARE ONLY 4 TYPES OF GALAXIES THE FIRST ONE IS ELLIPTICAL FORMED BY ANCIENT STARS, THE NEXT ONE IS LENTICULAR COMPED OF A BULB AND A DISK AND ALSO A FEW STARS FORMING,THE NEXT ONE IS IRREGULAR THEY HAVE NO PARTICULAR AND SPIRAL AMONG THOSE IN OUR MILKY WAY THOESE ARE ALL THE TYPE OF GALAXIES.

THE MILKY WAY ISN'T A TYPICAL SPIRAL GALAXY BUT A BARRED SPIRAL GALAXY IT WAS A BOND OF STARS IN ITS CENTER WITH AN AMPLITUDE OF 27,000 LIGHT YEARS 30 MILLON STARS GRAVITATE IN IT AND AT ITS CENTER THERE IS A SUPERMASSIVE BLACK HOLE.

I WANTED TO DO GALAXY BUT I ALLWAYS WANTED TO DO AND LEARN ABOUT BECOUSE WHEN I WAS YOUNGER I WAS ADDICTED TO GALAXIES THEY WERE SO ENTRUSTING I COULD READ FACTS ABOUT GALAXIES FOR HOURS SO WHEN I SAW WE WERE DOING GUINUSE HOUR I WANTED TO DO GALAXY FACTS THANK FOR ENJOYING MY PRESENTATION.

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Created with images by Pexels - "abstract art astronomy" • Steven_Valkenberg - "Milky way 1/15" • Unsplash - "stars constellation sky"

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