Astronomers discover first ‘bubble of galaxies’

The bubble is 10,000 times wider than the Milky Way and located 820 million light-years from our own galaxy. The astronomers have called their bubble Ho’oleilana – meaning “sent murmurs of awakening”.

New Images of Andromeda Galaxy 

A new sky survey project, The Zwicky Transient Facility (ZTF), has released its first round of incredible data, results, and images, including this amazing new view of our neighboring Andromeda galaxy.

A new galaxy in the cosmic neighborhood

Astronomers using the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope have made an unexpected finding. They discovered a dwarf galaxy in our cosmic backyard, only 30 million light-years away.

The Most Detailed Photo of Our Neighbor, The Triangulum Galaxy

The Hubble Space Telescope's has managed to take the most detailed image yet of our Local Group neighbour - the Triangulum galaxy, also known as Messier 33, or NGC 598, located 3 million light years away.