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Sculptor - Dj Alimba (Trance Remix)

Alimba on July 03, 2011 10:40

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    The Sculptor Galaxy (also known as the Silver Coin or Silver Dollar Galaxy, or Caldwell 65) is an intermediate spiral galaxy in the constellation Sculptor. The Sculptor Galaxy is a starburst galaxy, which means that it is currently undergoing a period of intense star formation.

    The galaxy was discovered by Caroline Herschel in 1783 during one of her systematic comet searches. About half a century later, John Herschel observed it using his 18 inch metallic mirror reflector at the Cape of Good Hope. He wrote, "very bright and large (24′ in length); a superb object.... Its light is somewhat streaky, but I see no stars in it except 4 large and one very small one, and these seem not to belong to it, there being many near..."
    In 1961 Allan Sandage wrote in the Hubble Atlas of Galaxies that the Sculptor Galaxy is "the prototype example of a special subgroup of Sc systems....photographic images of galaxies of the group are dominated by the dust pattern. Dust lanes and patches of great complexity are scattered throughout the surface. Spiral arms are often difficult to trace.... The arms are defined as much by the dust as by the spiral pattern." B. Y. Mills, working out of Sydney, discovered that the Sculptor Galaxy is also a fairly strong radio source.
    In 1998 the Hubble Space Telescope took a detailed image of The Sculptor Galaxy.

    Release/catalogue number: RN134389
    Release date: Oct 18, 2011
    ISRC: US-QY5-11-78024

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