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Andromeda Galaxy (M31): Location, Characteristics & Images

The Andromeda galaxy, our Milky Way's closest neighbor, is the most distant object in the sky that you can see with your unaided eye;Along with the Andromeda Galaxy and its companions, the constellation also features NGC 891 (Caldwell 23), a smaller galaxy just east of Almach.;The largest NASA Hubble Space Telescope image ever assembled, this sweeping view of a portion of the Andromeda galaxy (M31) is the sharpest large composite image ever taken of our galactic neighbour.;A Large Spiral Galaxy. Wider and possibly brighter than our own Milky Way, the Andromeda Galaxy was once thought to be the dominant member of the Local Group of galaxies.;Data from Chandra have been used to discover 26 black hole candidates in the Milky Way's galactic neighbor, Andromeda.;The Andromeda Galaxy (/ æ n ˈ d r ɒ m ɪ d ə /), also known as Messier 31, M31, or NGC 224, is a spiral galaxy approximately 780 kiloparsecs (2.5 million light

Andromeda–Milky Way collision

The Andromeda Galaxy is approaching the Milky Way at about 110 kilometres per second (68 mi/s) [additional citation needed] as indicated by blueshift.;At 2.3 million light-years, the Andromeda galaxy is the closest spiral galaxy to our Milky Way. It’s the most distant thing you can see with your eye alone.;The European Space Agency's XMM-Newton space telescope has captured what it believes to be the signal from a spinning neutron star (pictured) for the first time in the Andromeda galaxy.;Critic aggregator awards dubious honour to Christopher Nolan’s space epic, and also finds room for Boyhood, Guardians of the Galaxy, the most recent Hunger Games film and Oscar favourite Birdman