Research: Companions to the Milky Way

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The Milky Way has several companions in the form of globular star clusters and satellite galaxies. Some of the Milky Way's globular clusters and halo stars may have come originally from satellite galaxies - so not all the stars you see in the night sky started out in our Galaxy.

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Research: Companions to the Milky Way

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Duncan Forbes (Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing)

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2008

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