The Milky Way has gobbled up dozens of dwarf galaxies and added them to its structure. Today we’re going to look at the ongoing hunt for the wreckage of past mergers. And what we’ve discovered about dwarf galaxies in general.
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What is a Dwarf Galaxy?
The Big Deal About Dwarf Galaxies
Dancing Dwarf Galaxies Deepen Dark Matter Mystery
CCD photometry of the Tucana dwarf galaxy
Surface Photometry of the Dwarf Elliptical Galaxies NGC 185 and NGC 205
Surface photometry of new nearby dwarf galaxies
Luminosity classifications of dwarf galaxies
Dwarf Galaxy/Dark Matter problem
Large and Small Magellenic Clouds are irregular dwarf galaxies
Shapes – Dwarf irregular, Dwarf elliptical and Dwarf spheroidal galaxies