Irregular Galaxies

Galaxies that have no easily discernible shape. Such galaxies are generally small, but are giving birth to new stars at a rapid pace. In the early universe, such galaxies served as the building blocks for larger galaxies, merging to form larger and larger agglomerations of stars.

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Star Stream Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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