Halo stars in Andromeda Galaxy M Hubble Space Telescope HST image Spiral galaxies like M have a spherical halo of stars surrounding them The stars in the halo are less densely packed than in the spiral arms or nucleus neither seen This view shows a small part of the halo containing an estimated stars Also seen are distant galaxies and a globular cluster bottom centre This is the first time Ms faint halo stars have been seen allowing their ages to be estimated and providing evidence for past galactic collisions of the Andromeda Galaxy Image created in May using the HSTs Advanced Camera for Surveys ACS
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