Nearly starless galaxies found in nearby cluster

New class of galaxy could lead to better understanding of dark matter

faint galaxy

BARELY THERE  A faint galaxy, seen in the center of a Hubble Space Telescope image, is about the same size as the Milky Way but has relatively few stars. 

K. Cook et al., NASA, ESA

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