Biology

Question

An elliptical galaxy has _____.

A. a flattened disk, arms, and a central bulge
B. no recognizable pattern of stars
C. stars symmetrically dispersed in a spherical or flattened shape
D. a combination of shapes

2 Answer

  • An elliptical galaxy has stars symmetrically dispersed in a spherical or flattened shape.
  • The right option is; C. stars symmetrically dispersed in a spherical or flattened shape

    An elliptical galaxy has stars symmetrically dispersed in a spherical or flattened shape.

    Elliptical galaxies are types of galaxies in which its stars are symmetrically released in a nearly circular and a smooth shape. Elliptical galaxies are large, without much structure (more three-dimensional), and they also come in many sizes. Elliptical galaxies are formed by the collisions of many smaller galaxies, and do not possess much dust or gas.

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