Definitions for galaxies
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Plural form of galaxy.
U.S. National Library of Medicine
Large aggregates of CELESTIAL STARS; COSMIC DUST; and gas. (From McGraw Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 6th ed)
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I don't believe anything. I only know some things to a greater degree of certainty than others. - from When Galaxies Collide
We tend to think of galaxies as steady beacons in the sky, but they are actually shimmering due to all the giant, pulsating stars in them.
The advantage is that it's very easy to distinguish, lots of the galaxies produces radio waves. If we see lots of energy in an area, it's an unmistakable marker of technology.
We know dark matter exists around galaxies and we want to ask — if light from the galaxy can scatter off the dark matter, like a dust cloud, can you actually observe this light?
Each of those pixels has like a million stars in them because the galaxies are so far away that we don’t see individual stars. We just see the combined light of all the stars in the galaxy.
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