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Can you see the cigar galaxy with binoculars?

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Why is it called Cigar Galaxy?

There is an asteroid with a metal composition that lies between Mars and Jupiter and is made up of gold. Annibale de Gasparis, an astronomer from Italy, discovered the asteroid in 1852 and named it 'Psyche 16'.

Also, can you see galaxies with binoculars?

A good pair of binoculars can give you a new perspective on some wonderful objects in the night sky, including the moon, planets, double stars, star clusters and nebulae, and even galaxies. How will the universe end? Astronomers once thought the universe could collapse in a Big Crunch. Now most agree it will end with a Big Freeze. If the expanding universe could not combat the collective inward pull of gravity, it would die in a Big Crunch, like the Big Bang played in reverse.

People also ask what came first light or darkness?

Darkness is the absence of light. Cold is the absence of heat. So darkness had to exist before light. How did the world began? Earth formed around 4.54 billion years ago, approximately one-third the age of the universe, by accretion from the solar nebula. Volcanic outgassing probably created the primordial atmosphere and then the ocean, but the early atmosphere contained almost no oxygen.


Is the Cigar galaxy visible?

Although it is not a visible planet, it is bright enough to be seen by someone with excellent eyesight under very dark skies and ideal conditions. It should be visible with binoculars or a backyard telescope if you know where to look.

One may also ask what planets are in andromeda?

Does the Andromeda Galaxy have planets? There is currently only one very strong candidate planet in the Andromeda Galaxy, temporarily named PA-99-N2. It was detected because of a microlensing event in 1999. Can we see Andromeda from Earth? Excluding the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds, visible from Earth's Southern Hemisphere, the Andromeda galaxy is the brightest external galaxy you can see. At 2.5 million light-years, it's the most distant thing most of us humans can see with the unaided eye.

And another question, can you see andromeda from australia?

At this time of year, the galaxy, which is also known as M31, can be seen from anywhere in Australia. But the further north, the better. One of the first people to look at Andromeda through a telescope, 17th century astronomer Simon Marius, said the galaxy looked "like a candle shining through horn".

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