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milky

(mil´ke)
1. having the appearance of milk; whitish, cloudy, fluid.
2. filled with or consisting of milk or a milklike fluid.
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The astronomers now have compelling evidence showing that some of these halo structures actually originate from the Milky Way's disk itself, but were kicked out; this phenomenon is called galactic eviction.
However, these models are likely to work as expected only if the Milky Way is a typical, run-of-the-mill type of galaxy that behaves in much the same way as most other galaxies in the known universe.
This object passes close by the Milky Way in its eccentric orbit and every time it sweeps by, it sheds stars.
This is the Milky Way, our inside view of our galaxy.
com)-- To most of us, our home Galaxy, the Milky Way, seems like mind-boggling, never-ending space.
Using ESOs Very Large Telescope and other telescopes a fossilised remnant of the early Milky Way harbouring stars of hugely different ages has been revealed by an international team of astronomers.
KANSAS CITY -- Hostess Brands LLC and Mars Chocolate North America have joined together to offer two new treats: Hostess Brownies made with M&M'S chocolate candies and Hostess Brownies made with Milky Way pieces.
HOUSTON (CyHAN)- Some zoomed images of Hubble Space Telescope, towards center of the Milky Way galaxy, gives the opportunity to watch a trip which can take thousands of years, just in 30 seconds.
Can you tell me when people first started calling the whiteness in the night sky the Milky Way?
The Milky Way is part of a much vaster galactic network than previously thought.
15 ( ANI ): NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has shown how Milky Way looked in it's formative years.
Astronomers have recently determined the color of the Milky Way, which is in fact milky--or, to be precise, the color of spring snow an hour after sunrise or before sunset.