The space telescope Swift helped to make the unique Milky Way galaxy map.
According to scientists they connected together thousands photos of our telescope to receive this fantastic image of an environment of our Milky Way.
With these new mosaic photos, the scientists can study a star formation in each visible galaxy.
Magellan Clouds – the Big Magellan Cloud and the Small Magellan Cloud – galaxies satellites of the Milky Way. Both Clouds were considered earlier as the wrong galaxies, but subsequently found features of structure of spiral galaxies with a crossing point. They settle down rather closely to each other and form the gravitational and related (double) system. There are visible with the naked eye in the southern hemisphere. Both Clouds “float” in the general hydrogen cover.