Saturday, 23 June 2018

February 2014 Random Thread

Globular cluster M79

Continuing with our astronomical theme, we bring you globular cluster M79. It’s a pretty little cluster, about 41,000 light-years from Earth, and one of the few globular clusters farther from the galactic center than we are. It may even have started out in a different galaxy entirely. Why M79? Because it resides in a February constellation: Lepus, the (*shudders*) hare.


Now that most of you can see these threads before they’re posted, there’s no need to wait. We’ll just pop them up as soon as they’re finished. It’s already February between Europe and the International Date Line.

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