Youtube channel about space and technology content
Middle Aged (35-54)
North American (General)
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What does space look like beyond the Milky Way Galaxy? Our night sky is dominated by the stars, gas and dust of our own galaxy. But what more mysteries does the universe possess? In today's video, we will be taking a deep look into the secrets of the cosmos beyond our galaxy. Stick to the very end, as we will take a dive into the mysteries of the Gray cosmos beyond the comfort of our own galaxy. What is a Milky Way Galaxy? Did you know that the Milky Way Galaxy, a vast region and space contains hundreds of billions of stars. In addition to our star, the Sun, there are many stars, grains of dust and gas in the Milky Way it is known as a spiral galaxy because from the top or bottom, it would appear to be spinning like a pinwheel about 25,000 light years from the galaxy's nucleus, the sun is situated on one of the spiral arms. The Milky Way's Center would take you about 25,000 years to reach, even if you could move at the speed of light 300,000 kilometers a second or about 186,000 MPH.