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Español: Imagen de la galaxia de Andrómeda en Infrarrojo.

Andromeda Galaxy (M31) 2.5 Mly Exposure Time: MIPS 24- micron image. 100 sec/pixel Image Scale: 2.8 x 0.8 degrees Exposure Date: 2004 August 25

Image Credit: NASA/ JPL- Caltech/K. Gordon ( University of Arizona)




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