The Triangulum Galaxy, other names being Messier 33 & NGC 598, is a Spiral Galaxy located within The Triangulum Constellation. The Triangulum Galaxy is 2.73 Million Light Years from Planet Earth. The Triangulum Galaxy is the smallest of a local group of other galaxies that are satellites to The Andromeda Galaxy. If thou hast 20/20 Vision, then ye can actually see The Triangulum Galaxy, granted it that isn't any light pollution in the night sky. The Triangulum Galaxy was discovered by Italian Astronomer Giovanni Battista Hodierna sometime before 1654.
Triangulum Galaxy Profile
The Triangulum Galaxy has Mass of 5 X 10^10 Solar Masses and has a diameter of around 60,000 Lightyears. The Triangulum Galaxy has around 40 Billion Star within it bounds.
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