The Large Magellanic Cloud is a nearby irregular galaxy, and is a satellite of the Milky Way. It is visible as a faint “cloud” in the night sky of the southern hemisphere straddling the border between the constellations of Dorado and Mensa.

The Large Magellanic Cloud is a nearby irregular galaxy, and is a satellite of the Milky Way. It is visible as a faint “cloud” in the night sky of the southern hemisphere straddling the border between the constellations of Dorado and Mensa.

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