Andromeda Galaxy and Star Birth

In a recent study, Astronomers took over 8,000 images of 2,753 star clusters, covering 61,600 light years across and containing 117,000,000 stars in the Andromeda Galaxy (M31). Needless to say, it was a pretty big picture. The width of the picture spanned across 362,123,322,988,110,236 miles. However, that’s not an entirely comprehensive picture of the Andromeda Galaxy. It’s pretty
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