Take a fascinating look at Extragalactic Stars and Planets in this short visual narration which journeys past the Milk Way Galaxy and examines some of the potential finds astronomers have made in their search so far for Extragalactic Stars and Planets. 

What are Extragalactic Stars and Planets?

An extragalactic star is one that is outside of our own Milky Way Galaxy. It’s a term used to describe the area outside of our own galaxy. 

Similarly, an extragalactic planet, also known as an extragalactic exoplanet, is a star-bound planet or rogue planet located outside of the Milky Way Galaxy

Extragalactic Stars

Some of the most beautiful galaxies are spiral galaxies like our own. 

Extragalactic Planets

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