Galaxies, Clusters and Constellations

A short introduction is attached. This is a vast subject – no pun intended. I have left the wiki links intact so that you can explore further if you like. Click on the link below. Pictured is the impressive M31 in Andromeda.
More Distant ObjectsScreen Shot 2013-11-11 at 20.13.29

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About John Vagabond

I have taught physics and math all over the world
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One Response to Galaxies, Clusters and Constellations

  1. John Vagabond says:

    Reblogged this on John Vagabond's Physics and Chemistry Blog and commented:

    Astrophysics IB

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