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(Christian Science Monitor)   Ladies and gentlemen, this is Andromeda. Andromeda is a galaxy of our local cluster. But Andromeda has a ring. Now think about it. That does not make sense   ( csmonitor.com) divider line
    More: Strange, galaxies, Andromeda Galaxy, local group, dwarf galaxies, galaxy formation, dwarfs  
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2013-01-07 02:53:04 AM  
I find it hilarious how often astronomers are wrong about physics since astronomy is 3 more classes than physics....
2013-01-07 12:31:12 PM  
I don't find this all that shocking. The moons of Jupiter and Saturn are pretty much a solar system within the solar system (Except these gas giants are not big enough to sustain fussion)
2013-01-08 04:56:41 PM  
I thought it was a reasonably good article. At least, until I read this sentence:

With galactic 13 dwarfs on the same quest, the research appears to have put Ibata and his team their own unexpected journey.

Anyone care to translate? It sure looks like Google tried to, and failed...
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