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  1. Triangulum, (Latin: “Triangle”) constellation in the northern sky at about 2 hours right ascension and 30° north in declination. Its brightest star is Beta Trianguli, with a magnitude of The brightest stars in the constellation form an obvious triangle. This constellation contains M33, one of.
  2. Triangulum belongs to the Perseus family of constellations, along with Andromeda, Auriga, Cassiopeia, Cepheus, Cetus, Lacerta, Pegasus and Perseus. Triangulum has one star with a confirmed planet and contains one Messier object, Messier 33 (M33, NGC , Triangulum Galaxy). The brightest star in the constellation is Beta Trianguli, with an.
  3. Facts about the Triangulum Galaxy. The Triangulum Galaxy is formally described as a spiral galaxy with a weak (or possibly no) central bar and its loosely wound arms emanate from the galactic core. The core of the Triangulum Galaxy is a nebula – a cloud of gas and dust – called an HII region. Areas such as this are prime regions for star.
  4. Apr 28,  · Messier 33 (M33), also known as the Triangulum Galaxy, is a famous spiral galaxy located in the small northern constellation Triangulum. The Triangulum Galaxy is the third largest galaxy in the Local Group, after the Andromeda Galaxy and the Milky Way. It is also the second nearest spiral galaxy to the Milky Way and the smallest spiral galaxy in the Local Group.
  5. Aug 20,  · Hi all My recent rendition of the Triangulum Galaxy (M33, NGC ) in the constellation Triangulum at about million light years, luminance, 20x5min., Atik L at degrees, SWP, guiding w/ 9x50 finderscope and PHD2, no flats, altogether min. worth of exposure. I .
  6. The constellation of Triangulum contains a number of deep-sky objects, including the Messier object M – Triangulum Galaxy (M33, NGC ), also known as the Pinwheel Galaxy, should not be confused with the “official” Pinwheel Galaxy (M) in Ursa Major, which is also a spiral galaxy. At a distance of around 3 million light years, it is.
  7. Introduction: The Triangulum galaxy is also called Messier 33 or NGC is spiral galaxy whose claim to fame is a small bright cluster of star forming areas in the center of the galaxy that allows it to be the biggest “star nursery” within the Andromeda, Milky Way, and Triangulum galaxies.
  8. Stars in Triangulum Stars that have common names often have multiple names, so the common names shown (if any) cannot be considered authoritative. Right ascension and declination are given in coordinates. α Tri β Tri γ Tri. Objects of Interest. M33 (= NGC = the Triangulum Galaxy).
  9. The Andromeda galaxy is doomed to crash with our own, the Milky Way. M33's fate is no better. The Triangulum galaxy will get stuck in the gravitational pull of the impact, and orbit the new Milkomeda until finally crashing into it. In the end, our Milky Way, the Andromeda galaxy, and the Triangulum .

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