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galaxy
used in Turtles All the Way Down

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Definition
a collection of star systems held together by gravity — for example, our sun is a star whose system includes Earth and the other planets. That star system is a tiny part of the Milky Way galaxy
  • And he told me that our galaxy was a big spiral, and that a lot of galaxies were.
    p. 202.9
  • He had a body and a soul and feelings, and he spoke a language, and he was an adult, and if he and Rey were in hot, hairy, communicative love, then let's just thank God that two consenting, sentient adults found each other in a dark and broken galaxy."
    p. 66.8
  • Because all of this happened a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, Holmesy.
    p. 67.8
  • And he told me that our galaxy was a big spiral, and that a lot of galaxies were.
    p. 202.9
  • Yeah, the whole galaxy is rotating around this supermassive black hole.
    p. 203.1
  • I mean, it takes our solar system like two hundred twenty-five million Earth years to orbit the galaxy.
    p. 203.2
  • I asked him if the spirals of the galaxy were infinite, and he said no, and then he asked about my spirals.
    p. 203.2

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