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English: The Spitzer Space Telescope's broad infrared view of our Milky Way Galaxy.
The image was created from more than 800,000 frames, so it is the most detailed infrared picture of our galaxy to date.
Date 3 June 2008
Author NASA, JPL-Caltech, University of Wisconsin


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