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The Sambariro galaxy is 30 million light-years away || Research (#1)

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The Hubble Space Telescope has focused its razor-sharp gaze on one of the most beautiful and photogenic galaxies in the universe, the Sambariro Galaxy, Messier 104 (M104). The galaxy is identified by a brilliant white, bulbous core surrounded by dusty streets that form the galaxy's spiral structure. As seen from Earth, the galaxy is almost tilted to the edge.

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We see it only six degrees north of its equator. This magnificent galaxy is named Sombrero because of its wide-brimmed Mexican cap.

At a relatively bright bright intensity of +8, the M104 is completely out of sight of the naked eye and can be easily seen through small binoculars. Sombrero is located on the southern edge of the galaxy-rich Virgo cluster and is one of the largest objects in the group, equivalent to 800 billion suns. The galaxy is 50,000 light-years away and 30 million light-years from Earth.


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