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How big are irregular galaxies?

1 Answer
Mar 3, 2018

Answer:

the size of irregular galaxies is likely to be #1,000# light years

Explanation:

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Irregular galaxies make almost #25%# of the total galaxies in the observable universe.

Irregular galaxies aren't large in size, almost #10%# the size of milky way which is a #100,000# ligth years large.

Irregular galaxy usually contain large amount of gas and dust.

since these galaxies aren't large enough the combine with large galaxies or gas clouds.