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Image of M31, the Andromeda Galaxy as seen by the Burrell Schmidt telescope at Kitt Peak
Vanessa Harvey / REU program / AURA / NOAO / NSF
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Andromeda Galaxy

This image of M31, the Andromeda Galaxy, was made using the Burrell Schmidt telescope at Kitt Peak. Andromeda is the closest and largest spiral galaxy to Earth, appearing nearly 4 times larger in the sky than the full moon.

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