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NGC 3184 is a large spiral galaxy with a small nucleus and long sprawling spiral arms. Visible with a small telescope towards the constellation of Ursa Major, light takes about 25 million years to reach us from NGC 3184, and about 50,000 years just to cross it. NGC 3184 (Hubble type Sbc) is notable for its high abundance of heavy elements and a supernova that has occurred there recently.

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Sunday, February 21 2010 @ 09:28 PM EST
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