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  • Contains information of the types, dynamics, observations, and formation of galaxies. — “Galaxy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • This week we're going to look at some of the biggest objects in the Universe: galaxies. Let's learn how galaxies formed and how they evolve and change over time, merging with the neighbors. — “Astronomy Cast - Ep. 97: Galaxies”,
  • Posted in: Astronomy, galaxies by Jon Voisey. 10th Sep. The Thick Disk: Galactic Construction Project or Galactic Rejects? Posted in: Astronomy, galaxies, milky way by Jon Voisey. 7th Sep. Spiral Galaxies Could Eat Dwarfs All Across the Universe. Posted in: Observing, galaxies by Nancy Atkinson. — “Galaxies | Universe Today”,
  • The following information is provided to give the teacher some additional information about galaxies. A galaxy is an enormous collection of a few million to trillions of stars, gas, and dust held together by gravity. — “Galaxies Galore- Teacher Page- Scientific Background”, amazing-space.stsci.edu
  • News and research on the formation of galaxies. From the Milky Way to Andromeda Galaxy, see astronomy images of splendid galaxies in the universe. Read the latest research discoveries. — “ScienceDaily: Galaxy News”,
  • Galaxies: Cities of Stars. Stars beyond counting populate the universe. Most reside in dense groups known as galaxies. These 'island universes' come in many shapes and sizes, and contain anywhere from a few million stars to a trillion or more. — “Galaxies: Cities of Stars | StarDate Online”,
  • There are three kinds of Galaxies, Spiral, Elliptical, and Irregular. The most beautiful type of galaxies are Spiral Galaxies. Their long twisting arms are. — “Galaxies - Astronomy For Kids - ”,
  • galaxy n. , pl. , -ies . Any of numerous large-scale aggregates of stars, gas, and dust that constitute the universe, containing an average of 100. — “galaxy: Definition from ”,
  • Encyclopedia article about Galaxies. Information about Galaxies in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary. — “Galaxies definition of Galaxies in the Free Online Encyclopedia”, encyclopedia2
  • Most galaxies are 1,000 to 100,000 parsecs in diameter and are usually separated by distances on the order of millions of parsecs or megaparsecs. Intergalactic space (the space between galaxies) is filled with a tenuous gas of an average density less than one atom per cubic meter. — “Galaxies - Crystalinks”,
  • 1. If 5 galaxies collided is there anyway they could combine and just make one huge galaxy? Of course, when five galaxies collide at the same time, it is a little hard to predict. — “Galaxies”, astro.umd.edu
  • Galactic Clusters: A grouping of galaxies. Nebula: Large luminous clouds of gas and dust in outer space, composed mostly of hydrogen gas. Constellation: A group of stars visible within a particular region of the night sky. The Milky Way Galaxy. — “Galaxies”, boscobel.k12.wi.us
  • A Dwarf galaxy is most commonly irregular in shape but spheroidal, elliptical and compact varieties occur. Cena-Centaurus is classed as a Dwarf Elliptical galaxy that is nearly. — “Remote Sensing Tutorial Page Section20-2a”, rst.gsfc.nasa.gov
  • explains galaxies, colliding galaxies, cluster of galaxies, pictures galaxies and science astronomy galaxies. — “Galaxies, Colliding Galaxies, Cluster Of Galaxies at ”,
  • Our solar system is in a galaxy called the Milky Way. Scientists estimate that there are more than 100 billion galaxies scattered throughout the visible universe. Galaxies range in diameter from a few thousand to a half-million light-years. — “NASA - Galaxy”, nasa.gov
  • ESO is the European Organisation for Astronomical Research in the Southern Hemisphere. It operates the La Silla Par*** Observatory in Chile and has its headquarters in Garching, near Munich, Germany. — “ESO - Image Archive: Galaxies”,
  • Galaxies are systems of stars, gas and dust (see for example the Sombrero galaxy in Figure 05-01a) Elliptical galaxies are denotes by the letter E followed by the number from 0 to 7 to indicate the degree of flattening of the observed elliptical. — “Galaxies”, universe-review.ca
  • Galaxies are defined as large groupings of stars, dust, and gas held together by gravity. They vary greatly in size and shape. Most of the objects we know of in space are contained within galaxies. — “Galaxies - Celestial Objects on Sea and Sky”,
  • Our galaxy, the Milky Way, is typical: it has hundreds of billions of stars, enough gas and dust to make billions more stars, and about six times as much dark matter as all the stars and gas put together. And it's all held together by gravity. — “Galaxies - NASA Science”, science.nasa.gov
  • The Whirlpool Galaxy is a classic Sc type spiral galaxy visible with binoculars in the It is 23 million light years distant and is one of the brightest and most picturesque galaxies on the sky. — “Curious About Astronomy? Galaxies”, curious.astro.cornell.edu
  • Provides photos from the Hubble Space Telescope, NASA, ESO, Chandra, Gemini, and Apollo Mission archives. Contains images of space, Earth, planets, stars, galaxies, and nebulae. — “Galaxy Photos - Galaxies from Hubble, Chandra, Spitzer, NGC”,
  • Galaxies are large systems of stars and interstellar matter, typically containing several The nearest dwarf galaxies, satellites of the Milky Way, are only a few 100,000 light. — “Galaxies”,
  • Get information, facts, photos, news, videos, and more about galaxies from National Geographic. — “Galaxies, Galaxy Information, Galaxy Facts, News, Photos”,

Videos

  • Super Luigi Galaxy - Episode 42 We go for the goal of completing the other two green Star Galaxies! Affiliated with Super Mario Wiki! Wa-hoo!
  • Voyage through space and galaxies Lean back and enjoy watching the voyage through space with real pictures First Track : Trentemöller - The last resort - Take me into your skin
  • Merging Spiral Galaxies - simulating visual appearance This video shows a computer simulation of the appearance of two merging spiral galaxies as they would appear through a telescope, including absorption of starlight by interstellar dust. The colors are approximately what would be perceived by the human eye. Credits: Patrik Jonsson, Greg Novak & Joel Primack, University of California, Santa Cruz. This movie won a semifinalist honor (top ten in the category) in the 2008 NSF Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge, and was also featured in the National Geographic Special "Inside the Milky Way" in 2010. A high-quality version can be downloaded from The song is "All's Well that Ends Well" by Nancy Abrams. You can find her web site at For a different view of the same simulation, check out and that give a better appreciation for how the brightness of the galaxies changes through the merger.
  • Dumbfoundead - Different Galaxies ft. Sam Ock (FREE MP3 + Lyrics) Free Download: I recently did a collab with a talented young musician from Maryland named Sam Ock. He made the beat and sang on this joint. DJ Zo did the cuts. We put this video together from different sides of the coast. Enjoy! Based on a true story! hahaha Subscribe to Sam Ock at: Follow Sam Ock + DJ Zo 1st Verse: She was from the other side of the train tracks A classic tale of Romeo & Juliet played back I was from the city, the inner parts She was from the hills attending fancy dinner parties but still, we managed to see each other I had a weekly bus pass, She has a merecedes c-class and trust it was much faster, I am a rapper she is a classic pianist I sleep in boxers while she has a pair of fancy pajamas When were together both our social status dont even matter We should just got to Nevada, get married and dont ever look back She was the classiest, sassy, with a passion for fashion sense, smashin on any of those nasty ass hoodrats, uncomparable, but only if her parents approved, maybe they got something against asian-american dudes, just playin, either way i'm sayin its just terrible news, can't give you 14 karats but can serenade you with tunes, Chorus (Sam Ock): you and me, we are two stars from different galaxies will we cross or be aligned? i guess that we'll see in time 2nd Verse: i swig on 40 ounces she sips on champagne, she has a huge backyard i do the landscapin, i get her single roses, she ...
  • Find a Galaxy Purchase: This video demonstrates how to find the Andromeda Galaxy (M31). This galaxy is 2.5 million light years from earth but with some basic knowledge of the night sky and a pair of binoculars it is actually possible to see it! The video is designed for anyone interested in astronomy and it also provides support for the astronomy component of any science curriculum.
  • Mountain Brothers - Galaxies: The Next Level [HQ] Music video for "Galaxies: The Next Level" by recording artists Mountain Brothers. From the 1999 album "Self: Volume 1." Directed by Chris Chan Lee and Richard Kim. Produced by Michael Jung.
  • The Formation of a Milky Way like Galaxy This simulations follows the formation of a galaxy like our own. It assumes a Cold Dark Matter Universe. The movie shows the distribution of gas and stars from after the Big bang to the present time. Every second corresponds to 70 million years and the frame is 500.000 light years across.
  • Shapeshifter - Twin Galaxies (Official Music Video) The official music video for Twin Galaxies from the album The System is a Vampire. Download the album here: Directed by redkidOne - www.redkids.co.nz
  • Welcome to the Hubble Universe: Nebula & Galaxies: A Cosmic Journey Nebula & Galaxies A Cosmic Journey Through the Universe. A documentary film by Rhawn Joseph, Ph.D. The music in order of play "Flight of the Valkries" by Wagner. "William Tell Overture" by Rossini. Beethoven. "Poet & Peasant Overture" by von Suppe.
  • The Most Distant Galaxies Ever Seen In August, after the last repair mission on the Hubble Space Telescope, astronomers directed its newest camera towards the same area of sky where just five years ago, the first Hubble Ultra Deep field image was made and recorded a new one - this time in the near-infrared, a wavelength invisible to the human eye. Over the course of four days, the camera shutter was open for one hundred seventy three thousand seconds and astronomers collected photons that had left their galaxies over 13 billion years ago. Sensitive to slightly longer wavelengths than its predecessors, the newly installed camera known as Wide Field Camera three recorded objects that are likely the oldest galaxies ever identified, having formed only a few hundred million years after the Big Bang. Here are the results. [Music montage and interlude, couple minutes (music: Daemon portal)] Hubble's new camera looks closer towards the Big Bang than any of the earlier cameras on the Hubble Space Telescope because it collects light from near-infrared wavelengths. The expansion of the universe stretches light from hot young stars in these very distant galaxies out of the ultraviolet and visible regions of the spectrum and into near-infrared wavelengths, making them redder and invisible to the human eye. As we build instruments sensitive to longer and longer wavelengths, we are able to peer farther into the cosmos and each wavelength brings us views closer to the edge of the universe. When we focus our instruments ...
  • Super Luigi Galaxy - Episode 41 It's the beginning of the end... By beginning, I mean: 1/3 By end, I mean: The Green Star Galaxies Affiliated with Super Mario Wiki! Wa-hoo!
  • Carl Sagan "100 Billion Galaxies each W/100 Billion Stars" "There are in fact 100 billion galaxies, each of which contain something like a 100 billion stars. Think of how many stars, and planets, and kinds of life there may be in this vast and awesome universe." "We find that we live on an insignificant planet, of a humdrum star, lost in a galaxy, tucked away in some forgotten corner of a universe, in which there are far more galaxies than people." This comes from Carl Sagan's Cosmos episode 7, "The Backbone of Night."
  • Super Luigi Galaxy - Episode 40 We take care of the last few missions before the Green Star Galaxies! Affiliated with Super Mario Wiki! Wa-hoo!
  • Bad Astronomy: Cannibal Galaxies Reissued in HD. Those stately galaxies we've long admired are not exactly what we thought. Phil Plait's amazing book "Death from the Skies" is now available in paperback via .
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 Review How do we love thee, Mario? Let us count the ways.
  • Supermassive Black Hole in the Milky Way Galaxy From a distance, our galaxy would look like a flat spiral, some 100000 light years across, with pockets of gas, clouds of dust, and about 400 billion stars rotating around the galaxys center. Thick dust and blinding starlight have long obscured our vision into the mysterious inner regions of the galactic center. And yet, the clues have been piling up, that something important, something strange is going on in there. Astronomers tracking stars in the center of the galaxy have found the best proof to date that black holes exist. Now, they are shooting for the first direct image of a black hole. From a distance, our galaxy would look something like this. A flat spiral, some 100000 light years across, with pockets of gas, clouds of dust, and about 400 billion stars rotating around the galaxy's center. That center -- bulging up and out of the galactic disk -- is tightly packed with stars. Thick dust and blinding starlight have long obscured our vision into the mysterious inner regions of this so-called "bulge." And yet, the clues have been piling up, that something important...something strange... is going on in there. The first to take notice was the physicist Karl Jansky back in the 1930s. He was asked by his employer, Bell Telephone Labs, to investigate sources of static that might interfere with what it saw as the killer app of its time... radio voice transmissions. Using this ungainly radio receiver... Jansky methodically scanned the airwaves. He documented thunderstorms ...
  • Hubble captures colliding galaxies Read more: Hubble images of colliding galaxies illustrate different stages of the violent events; these are compared with a computer simulation (Courtesy of NASA/ESA/Hubble Heritage Team/STScI/AURA/A Evans/U of Virginia/NRAO/Stony Brook U/K Noll/J Westphal)
  • Planets, Stars, Nebulae, Galaxies - Universe Size Comparison 2009 [HD] ***READ THIS BEFORE ASKING ANYTHING*** This is the ultimate size comparison video that you can find on the internet in HD. Starts with the tinyest dwarf planets of our solar system, then continues with large planets, dwarf stars, stars giant/supergiant/hypergiant stars, nebulae, globular clusters and galaxies. There is the famous VY Canis Majoris rated as the biggest star known, but very few know that that the incredible IC 1101 is the largest known object in the entire universe. Only galaxy clusters are bigger than it. Hope you enjoy this one. FAQ: -Sizes are not 100% accurate as there is no way to directly measure them. -Star sizes may change in the future, and new stars may eventually appear into this biggest stars list -Song: Celtic Panpipes - Ride on
  • Behind the Scenes: When Galaxies Collide (Felicia Day, Sean Astin) Felicia Day explains some of the science behind galactic "collisions," including the upcoming collision between the galaxy Andromeda and our own galaxy, in this mock behind-the-scenes look at the making of a NASA educational video. Starring Felicia Day ("The Guild," "Do You Wanna Date My Avatar") and Sean Astin ("Lord of the Rings" Trilogy, "Special Agent Oso"). To view the second episode in this series, "Behind the Scenes: Dead Stars", visit: To view more comedic (but educational!) NASA videos featuring Sean Astin, Mark Hamill, Linda Hamilton, Amy Okuda, Sandeep Parikh, Dean Stockwell, George Takei, Ed Wasser, Wil Wheaton, Betty White and more, visit: coolcosmos.ipac.caltech.edu NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope
  • Metric, "Twilight Galaxy" Jimmy Shaw and Emily Haines stopped by Spin's new NYC office to play a brief acoustic set featuring songs off their new self released 'Fantasies.' Recorded on February 19, 2009
  • Astral Projection - Dancing Galaxy DANCING GALAXY
  • Monty python - universe song A little song about the universe and how insignifcant we are, and livers. from the film 'The meaning of life'.
  • The Hole in the Andromeda Galaxy spitzer.caltech.edu On August 25, 2003, NASA launched the Spitzer Space Telescope. Designed to peer into the infrared region of the spectrum, this instrument was designed to pierce the veil of dust and gas blocking visible light and look deeper into galaxies, where young stars are born. Music: Kevin MacLeod While imaging the Andromeda Galaxy, the Spitzer Space Telescope uncoverd a never-before-seen hole, the result of a collision with a nearby dwarf galaxy, in the Andromeda Galaxy.
  • Twilight Galaxy - Metric w/ Lyrics Lyrics Here Metric - Twilight Galaxy from their new album Fantasies (2009) Their new album is mind blowing!! All the songs are addictive. Totally owned me!! Support them! Did they tell you You should grow up When you wanted To dream Did they warn you Better shape up If you want to succeed I don't know about you Who are they talking to They're not talking to me I'm higher than high Lower than deep I'm doing it wrong Singing along Did I ask you For attention When affection Is what I need Thinking sorrow was perfection I would wallow Till you told me There's no glitter in the gutter There's no twilight galaxy I'm higher than high Lower than deep I'm doing it wrong Singing along Go higher than high Go lower than deep Keep doing it wrong Keep singing along I'm alright now Come on baby I've seen all The demons That you've got You're not alright now Come on baby I'll pick you up And take you Anywhere you want Anything you want Ps No copyright infringement intended. Video to be taken off immediately by uploader upon owner's request.
  • Dumbfoundead - Different Galaxies ft. Sam Ock Dumbfoundead - Different Galaxies ft. Sam Ock (video by AntiCalculus) Different Galaxies - - Free mp3 download link I'm still amazed by the power of community and technology. It's ALWAYS inspiring when you can share with others from across the world. I recently received a message from AntiCalculus from South Korea. She linked me an animated short set to "Different Galaxies". I thought it awesome and asked her if I could share this with the rest of you and she agreed. Here it is. AntiCalculus - Check out her other works And for those of you who didn't know this is a collaboration with mega-talented Sam Ock from Ellicott City Maryland. Not only did he write insanely dope lyrics he produced the entire track. Subscribe to Sam
  • Samsung Galaxy S - Official Demo Kim Titus - Director of Public Relations for Samsung Mobile USA goes over a few key features of the recently announced Samsung Galaxy S Android powered smart phone.
  • Black Holes: Creation & Consumption of Galaxies. Black Holes The Creation & Consumption of Spiral Galaxies, by Rhawn Joseph, Ph.D.
  • Super Mario Galaxy 2 Nintendo Summit 2010 Trailer Check out the new Super Mario Galaxy 2 trailer shown at the Nintendo Media Summit 2010. Mario is back again on a new adventure through the galaxies with his good friend Yoshi. The game releases in North America on May 23rd, 2010! For more on Super Mario Galaxy 2, go here: g4
  • Stratovarius Galaxies Music video for song Galaxies by Stratovarius.
  • George Kollias - Aeons of Burning Galaxies Many people were asking me about this song,it's still a demo "play along" version but i am working on my personal project right now and i hope i'll finish the whole album pretty soon.I have wrote some new songs that i am going to post here also soon.This is a clip that's included in my Intense Metal Drumming DVD,check at for more details.
  • Planet Earth Solar System - Milky Way Galaxy Orion Nebula... View NASA images of earth, her solar system of planets, the moon and sun. Awesome nebulae and galaxies in our universe including: The Andromeda Galaxy, Milky Way Galaxy, Galaxia Sombrero Galaxy, Planets and Asteroids Circling Two Suns, Magellanic Clouds, Cygnus Loop, Eagle Nebula, Horsehead Nebula, The Orion Nebula, The Helix Nebula, The Alnitak Region of the Orion Nebula. See NASA photos of The Sun, The Moon, The Planets Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Ur***, Neptune and Pluto.
  • What Is the Nearest Galaxy to the Milky Way? Dr. Michelle Thaller explains that the answer isn't as simple as you might think!
  • Laura Veirs - Galaxies (Video) © 2006 WMG Galaxies (Video)
  • Galaxy Song - Monty Python - The Meaning Of Life Check out the heavens to see how insignificant earthlings are... Just remember that youre standing on a planet thats evolving. And revolving at 900 miles an hour Ah, Monty Python and crew, God bless em. Never encountered a gang of comics who made me laugh longer or harder than those loopy Brits. The Dead Parrot Sketch. The Lumberjack Song. The Department of Silly Walks. Hells Grannies. And of course, The Galaxy Song. Thats orbiting at 19 miles a second, so its reckoned. Round the sun, which is the source of all our power. Canadas pioneering funnyman, Stephen Lea***, defined humour as the kindly contemplation of the incongruities of life. Lea*** would have loved the Pythons. They deal in incongruities too. Incongruities like the fact that you and me and this newspaper and this country and this continent and this planet we call home. Were moving at a million miles a day. In an outer spiral arm at 40 thousand miles an hour. Of the galaxy we call the Milky Way. The whole incongruity that the Galaxy Song addresses is the cosmic insignificance of self-important bipeds like thee and moi. But hold on! According to the latest scientific data, were not quite as insignificant as we thought. And that applies to the Milky Way as well. It bulges in the middle six*** thousand light-years thick. But out by us its just 3000 light-years wide. Poppy***. Monty Python had it all wrong. According to data recently ***yzed, our Milky Way is actually about one and a ...
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  • laura veirs galaxies a small video adaptation of laura veirs phantastic song. maybe every apple is a galaxy in its own. who knows...
  • The Hubble Ultra Deep Field in 3D I've recently discovered an animation that was rendered using the measured redshift of all 10000 galaxies in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field image. I've written a short script that leads you through a quick history of both deep field images and this video ends with a fly-through of the Ultra Deep Field. Every galaxy in the image is in its proper distance as viewed from the telescope line of sight. As if this image wasn't amazing enough. Animation Credit: Hubble Cosmological Redshift Animation Courtesy: Mike Gallis phys23p.sl.psu.edu Music Used in this video was purchased from and belongs to the Spirit Legends Collection. The tunes I used were: Voice Redo B Voice in the Dark Link to demos:
  • Dwarf galaxy dance: by Nature Video This beautiful animation shows how exploding stars are a key force in shaping dwarf galaxies. Fabio Governato and colleagues present computer simulations that appear to have solved a longstanding problem in cosmology — namely, how the standard cold dark matter model of galaxy formation can give rise to the dwarf galaxies we see around us. Read the original research here:
  • Astronomers "spot" unseen galaxies Planet Earth sits in the middle of the vast emptiness of space, according to the human eye. But a new discovery by European astronomers has confirmed that it is not so empty after all. Scientists at the University of Geneva's observatory say they have invented a special camera that can spot galaxies born up to 10 billion years ago. They say that previous searches for galaxies had missed up to 90 per cent of them. Al Jazeera spoke to Dr Francisco Diego, an astronomer from the University of London's observatory, about the new discoveries and how they could possibly revolutionise our understanding of the universe. [March 24, 2010]
  • Q and BA Episode 1: Galaxies I describe galaxies: what they are, what kinds there are, and how we know the Milky Way is a spiral galaxy.