Mice Galaxies, also known as NGC 4676, IC 819, IC 820, UGC 7938, UGC 7939, PGC 43062, PGC 43065 and Arp 242, is pair of two spiral galaxies located inside The Coma Berenices Constellation. Mice Galaxies is located 290 million light years from Earth. The Mice Galaxies have a size of 760,000 Light Years. The two galaxies that are the mice galaxies are NGC 4676A and NGC 4676B.
Profile of Mice Galaxies
Mice Galaxies has started the process of merging together into one galaxy like The Milky Way Galaxy and Andromeda Galaxy will. Perhaps when it is finished merging, we can call it Mouse Galaxy.
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