Difference between, Milky way, galaxy and constellation?
Plasma Cosmology of the Universe has placed the Big Bang model. In 1966, the Plasma Universe was conceived by Hannes Alfven, a Swedish physicist. The model is consistent with Dirac's Theory of symmetry between matter and antimatter, and thousands of scientific observations and experiments. The gamma-ray bursts result when antimatter comets colliding with stars throughout the universe. The scientific discoveries conclude the Big Bang Model is the wrong and support Plasma Universe Model. See differences between the two models of the universe.
The Milky Way Galaxy is one of the hundreds of billions of galaxies in the universe. Scientists have observed the antimatter clouds coming from the centers of the Milky Way Galaxy and other galaxies as illustrated in picture of the Plasma Galaxy.
The Milky Way Galaxy is a spiral galaxies with galactic bulge in the center, a large circular disk where our solar system resides, and an encompassing halo.
in all we have two galaxies.
our planet earth is in the milky way galaxy.
galaxy is a group of stars and also the planets.
so far only the milky way galaxy is supposed to contain planets.
constellation is a group of stars that form a certain shape like
the great bear is in the form of a bear
the orion is in the form of a hunter in the sitting position.