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    • Charles Griffin

      NGC 1316 is a lenticular radio galaxy located some 60 million light-years away in a cluster in the constellation Fornax. It is thought to have formed from a merger of two or more galaxies approximately 3 gigayears ago and to have a supermassive black hole in the center.

    • Tanmay Tegginmath

      #Astronomy: Dusty #Galaxy (#NGC1316)

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