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Stellar secrets of a distant galaxy suggest our Milky Way isn't so special after all

By Nicholas Scott, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Astronomy, University of Sydney
Jesse van de Sande, ARC DECRA Fellow in Astronomy, University of Sydney
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A galaxy 320 million light-years away has a surprisingly similar structure to the Milky Way, suggesting our galaxy isn't as unique as it once seemed to astronomers.

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