The halo of the Andromeda galaxy is even more massive than scientists expect, the Hubble telescope reveals


As per new observations, galactic halogen is more vast and more complex than realized by scientists Hubble Space Telescope.

The venerable telescope mapped a galactic allo on the neighboring Andromeda galaxy using dozens of different quasars. Andromeda, formally known as M31, is a spiral-shaped galaxy about the same size Galaxy In the Milky Way we live, about 1 trillion stars. Cosmically, it is exactly 2.5 million light-years away from next door, meaning that Hubble can study its aura in unprecedented detail.