The Largest Galaxy in the Known Universe: IC 1101


Of all the galaxies in the universe, which one is the largest? It's a natural question to ask, and in this video, we explore the answer. Of all galaxy types that exist in the universe, ellipticals are the largest. This one in particular, known only as IC 1101, is the king of them all.

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