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Posted by Lam Chek Yeow on December 10, 2001 23:31:29 UTC

THE stars do have movement of themselves.It is known to be that the formation of constellation will change within 10,000yrs.It is so the star will become an orbit within the galaxy. and the Milky way's spiral is the group of stars shown in the galxy which is link to the bulge of the galaxy,like the sun and the solar system.

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