Astronomer Edwin Hubble discovered the Andromeda galaxy, according to the Space Telescope Science Institute. Hubble discovered the galaxy in 1923, after studying the Andromeda nebula. This also settled the debate among a... More »

The Andromeda galaxy is 2.54 million light years away from Earth, which means that it takes 2.54 million years for light from Earth to reach it. This distance is an accepted average of the results of separate studies of ... More »

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The Andromeda galaxy, also known as M31, is a spiral galaxy about 2.5 million light years away from the Milky Way. It gets its name because it's found in Andromeda, a northern hemisphere constellation. A naked-eye object... More »

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The Andromeda galaxy, also known as M31, is a spiral galaxy about 2.5 million light years away from the Milky Way. It gets its name because it's found in Andromeda, a northern hemisphere constellation. A naked-eye object... More »

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The Andromeda galaxy is 2.54 million light years away from Earth, which means that it takes 2.54 million years for light from Earth to reach it. This distance is an accepted average of the results of separate studies of ... More »

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The James Webb Space Telescope is said to be the most powerful telescope in the world as of 2014. However, NASA is already building the Advanced Telescope Large-Aperture Space Telescope, which is expected to be even more... More »

Edwin Hubble earned a bachelor's degree in 1910 and a doctorate degree in 1917, both at the University of Chicago, and went on to study law at Oxford University. Hubble was born in Missouri and moved to Wheaton, Ill. at ... More »

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