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The Milky Way's galactic system (from the Greek: [[gala|γαλαξίας]], milk; [[kyklos|κύκλος]], circle) is the name for the spiral galaxy of average size of our solar system is located. From Earth, we see it from the inside as luminous band spanning the sky, if it is dark enough.
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The Milky Way's galactic system (from the Greek: γαλαξίας, milk; κύκλος, circle) is the name for the spiral galaxy of average size, where our solar system is located. From Earth, we see it from the inside as luminous band spanning the sky, if it is dark enough.
  
 
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The Milky Way's galactic system (from the Greek: γαλαξίας, milk; κύκλος, circle) is the name for the spiral galaxy of average size, where our solar system is located. From Earth, we see it from the inside as luminous band spanning the sky, if it is dark enough.

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