New image of Andromeda galaxy shows scientists where stars are born in the Milky Way's neighbor - Daily Mail
Jul 28, 2021 53 secs

A stunning new radio image of the closest galaxy to the Milky Way — Andromeda — has let scientists learn what part of our galactic neighbor stars are born in.

The image, published at the microwave frequency of 6.6 GHz, was made possible by Sardinia Radio Telescope, a 64-meter telescope that can operate at high radio frequencies. .

A stunning new radio image of the closest galaxy to the Milky Way — the Andromeda galaxy — has let scientists learn what part of our galactic neighbor stars are born in.

The image, published at the microwave frequency of 6.6 GHz, was made possible by Sardinia Radio Telescope (pictured), located on the Italian island .

The researchers spent 66 hours observing the galaxy with the telescope and from that data, were able to estimate the rate of formation in the galaxy and highlight the region where they are born. 

The Andromeda galaxy, also known as M31, is a majestic spiral of around 1 trillion stars and is comparable in size to the Milky Way. 

In approximately 4.5 billion years, Andromeda is predicted to collide with the Milky Way galaxy. 


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