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galactic cluster

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Surrounding the tip of the nebula is a star cluster.
Four-and-a-half times farther out, at 288 light-years, lies the Coma Star Cluster in the constellation Coma Berenices.
The Thuraya -- or the Pleiades star cluster -- is sometimes referred to as the "Seven Sisters" and is among the nearest star clusters to Earth -- which also happens to be the cluster most obvious to the naked eye in the night sky.
Higher in the sky, a misty cloud of light may be visible, revealing the Perseus Double star cluster.
Infrared view of the telescope is able to show, the galaxy's largest intense star cluster where located of 27 thousand light-years away (one light year = about 10 trillion kilometers) of gas and dust which consisting of over half a million stars.
Washington, May 1 ( ANI ): A galaxy known as M87 has thrown an entire star cluster named HVGC-1 (hypervelocity globular cluster) is now on a fast journey to nowhere.
NZNO policy analyst and astronomer Marilyn Head spoke about the Matariki star cluster, which, she said, was only 100 million years old--very young compared to the rest of the stars in our solar system.
M45 (Pleiades) - This brilliant star cluster is easily visible with the unaided eye in the constellation of Taurus.
Star Cluster carries a 4lb penalty after winning a Sandown Listed race, in which Expensive finished third.
ROYAL Ascot beckons for the improving Red Evie after she completed a four-timer with victory over Henry Cecil's unbeaten Star Cluster at Leicester.
Performers Kali Dass and Sangeeta Ghosh told the Hindu tale behind a star cluster called The Seven Sisters, a classic tale of love and betrayal.
Welsh astronomers have discovered the largest known star cluster in the Milky Way, hidden behind a cloud of gas.