The Milky Way contains much, much more than just the Solar System! Sebastian of Astronomic describes the shape, origin, and qualities of this special galaxy.
Astronomic explains the stages and composition of interstellar clouds of gas and dust, known as nebulae, and supernovas (or supernovae), explosive star death.
Active galaxies are luminous and highly energetic. In this lesson, Astronomic introduces two galaxy types with active galactic nuclei: Seyferts and quasars.
Sebastian of Astronomic discusses the mysterious science of galactic black holes, including in quasars and our own Milky Way galaxy, in this lesson.
Explore your galactic neighborhood by learning all about the Local Group and the Local Supercluster of galaxies, of which the Milky Way is one of many members.
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