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Milky

In numismatics, describing a surface of a coin that appears unclear due to a white spot somewhere on it. This occurs most commonly on silver coins. This may affect the value of a coin.
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From that time on, the king allowed the princess to cross over the Milky Way to see her husband only once each year--on the eve of the seventh day of the seventh month.
Primary, aqueous liquid-vapor (L-V) inclusions (criteria of Roedder, 1984) were examined in both the amethyst overgrowths and the milky quartz.
The star J1124+4535 was compared to those in other dwarf galaxies orbiting the Milky Way.
"In the Milky Way, star formation began like gangbusters and later declined," explained team member Sten Hasselquist from the University of Utah.
According to a study published in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, the Large Magellanic Cloud will catastrophically collide with the Milky Way in 2 billion years.
Such galactic fossils allow astronomers to reconstruct an important piece of the history of our Milky Way.
The summer Milky Way also has "stars uncounted" and, if not "shoreless seas," at least the shoreless bank of a celestial river, for the edges of the Milky Way band fade off imperceptibly.
The Milky Way is the galaxy that contains our Solar System.
This is what we generally see in the night sky as "the Milky Way" and that's where our galaxy found its name.
To find out the mass of the Milky Way, researchers used information from the Hubble telescope and Gaia satellite.
The Solar System is located in one of the arms in the disc of a barred spiral galaxy we call the Milky Way, with a diameter of about 100,000 light years.
Lang was using the WISE data in a project to map the web of galaxies far outside our Milky Way, which he made available through an interactive website.