Composed mostly of the Virgo cluster and the Local group.
Some major ones:noirlab.edu/public/images/noao-m49/?nocache=true also lists: M58, M59, M60, M61, M84, M85, M86, M87, M88, M89, M90, M91, M98, M99, and M100 so lots of large and easily observable galaxies in the area.
The basically composed of only the Andromeda Galaxy and the Milky Way. Every other galaxy is a satellite of those two.
First proper nearest galaxy to the Milky Way. Everything in the middle in the Local group is either a satellite of the Milky Way or Andromeda.
Many Andromeda satellite galaxies are simply numbered Andromeda II, Andromeda III and so on.
As described on Wikipedia, the observational history of Andromeda is fascinating. Little by little, people noticed that it had a different nature to many other objects observed on the sky, and the hypothesis that there are other galaxies like ours grew in force.
Part of our fascination with Andromeda is due to how similar in size and shape and close it is to the Milky Way.
It is clearly the only thing so large and so close.
Andromeda is, without a doubt, our sister galaxy.
One can't help but wonder if there is some alien looking back at us when we are looking at them through our Telescope.
Andromeda is also the furthest object from Earth that can be seen with the naked eye.[ref] Not surprising, as it literally shines with the strength of a trillion suns!
Figure 1.
Highest resolution image of Andromeda as of 2015, taken by Hubble
. Source. Source also says it was the highest resolution image every released by the Hubble. This goes to show how fascinated people are by Andromeda. And there is good reason for it.
Video 1.
Andromeda Shun from Saint Seiya performing his Nebula Chain attack
. Source. The original Japanese music actually says "Nebula Chain" in English. The Andromeda Galaxy is shown on the back, the chain appears to go all the way to it and back towards the evil guys' head. Not very relativistic, but so be it.
Video 2.
Andromeda Galaxy with only a Camera, Lens, & Tripod by Nebula Photos (2020)
. Source. Good job! Gives a good idea of the low end approach.
The first proper galaxy near the Milky Way is the Andromeda Galaxy. Everything else in the middle is a satellite of either of of those.
One of the brightest natural objects in the sky, and by far the brightest not in the Milky Way! This is partly because it is relatively close to us.
It is so close that we can notice its proper motion, and its distance to us will vary significantly across a few tens of thousands of years!
This is quite close! But as mentioned at: stars nearest to the Sun, there are several others nearby. Notably Sirius at 9 ly, the brightest star in the sky as of 2020.
Figure 2.
Distance of stars nearest to the Sun as function of time
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Some notable ones:
  • Proxima Centauri, the nearest one, at 4 ly. It is part of the Alpha Centauri star system, which contains two other stars at very similar distances as well, and their relative distances to earth will change positions in a few tens of thousands of years.
  • Sirius, the brightest star in the sky at 9 ly
The ruler of the 1950-2020 world by Dollar and nuke count.
Capable of evil like any other country, and somewhat merciless to its poor and overly egocentric, but not nearly as evil as any dictatorship.
Has the huge advantage of being one large country which speaks English.
Countries of the world have only two choices as of 2019: either rally behind the US and support democracy, or rally behind China and support dictatorship. The choice is up to you, voters. The more you deal with China, the more you lose your democracy and freedom. All dictatorships have no doubt that they must stick together.
And Americans, please stop that America Number 1 bullshit. Obviously everyone has to strive to be the best, so when you say it like that, it sounds like "even if at the expense of everyone else". The motto has to be "democracy number 1" or else you will scare off all allies. If all other countries sell out to China, you are fucked.
Video 1.
Rifleman's Creed from Full Metal Jacket
. Source. This is possibly where Ciro Santilli first came about this. But not sure, it was too long ago during good old University of São Paulo days.
Old name for DARPA before 1972, and again for a short time between 1993 and 1996. That's why ARPANET is called "ARPANET" and not "DARPANET".
On the coast between Los Angeles and San Francisco, closer to Los Angeles. Home of UCSB.
It is quite comical that two separate towns were founded one next to the other right in the middle of nowhere. And that both have so slightly weird names.
Video 1.
How To Talk Minnesotan by PBS (1993)
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This is why we moved here by Syd and Macky (2022)
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mormon-land.
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I Can’t Rescue This Toyota 4Runner! Matt's Off Road Recovery (2022)
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Utah is beautiful! For some reason, Ciro Santilli started to really enjoy watching this channel.
In its essence, it is basically a Monster of the Week show, but instead of monsters they fight to remove cars from mud. There's also perhaps a cowboy feel to it.
Other attractions include:
  • the beauty of Utah. What an amazing state!!! Very desertic.
  • a band of recurring superheroes, with unique personalities
  • mini story archs, referring to previous episodes, e.g.
    • the sick dude who keeps getting stuck
    • the day they moved a large rock and the rangers asked them to put it back
Ciro Santilli's birth country.
An awesome country, with amazing people and natural resources, and without an evil government like China.
When visiting Brazilian cities coming from Europe, one of the things that shocks the most is the amount of motorcycles. It seems that the poorer the country, the less people's lives are worth, and the more motorcycles there are.
Another thing that was shocking is the amount of phone spam when you get a new SIM card, some legal and some likely illegal. Everyone is desperate for cash it seems on a poor country, and everyone fights hard for it.
This is a good initiative. Since the government is incapable of doing shit in this area, individuals have to do it themselves.
They even have a scholarship program...: www.bolsas.gobrasa.org/

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