The Milky Way GalaxyEdit
The Milky Way is a barred spiral galaxy 100,000-120,000 light-years in diameter containing 200–400 billion stars. The galaxy is estimated to contain 50 billion planets, 500 million of which could be located in the habitable zone of their parent star. Depending on its structure the entire galaxy has a rotational rate of 1 per 15 to 50 million years. The galaxy is also moving at a rate of 552 to 630 km per second depending on the relative frame of reference. It is estimated to be about 13.2 billion years old, nearly as old as the Universe. The Milky Way is part of the Local Group of galaxies.
Also known as M-0
A spiral arm galaxy in the Virgo Supercluster.
- Humans of Terra call it = M-0 or Milkyway Galaxy
- Sarans = Isis Pool
- Pan Sarans = Isis Pool
- Ult = Ntek’xk
- Shiss = Zzzzi
- Klack = N’thhhe
The Milky Way Galaxy is the United Stars of the Galaxies core galaxy.Edit
There are four segments:
There are Union members in all four sectors. As of 5102 OTT the Upward sector is considered under full Union control and has been mapped to 99 percent.
There are several Ancient gate . Techlevel, age differ greatly. So far three Ancient Builder cultures have been identified.
Smaller gates hidden in caves and to be used by individuals appear to be of UNI origin.
SBc (barred spiral galaxy)
100,000-120,000 light-years: (30-37 kpc)[unreliable source?]
Thickness 1,000 light-years
2 Dimensional Volume ~7.85 trillion square light-years
Number of stars 300±100 billion 
Oldest known star 13.2 billion years
Mass 1.0-1.5×1012 M☉ (2-3×1042 kg) 
Sun's distance to Galactic Center
27,200 ± 1,100 light-years
Sun's galactic rotation period
250 million years (negative rotation)
Spiral pattern rotation period
50 million years
Bar pattern rotation period 15 to 18 million years
Speed relative to CMB rest frame
The Milky Way galaxy is home to many civilizations, including the Mega Multi civilization Society known as the United Stars of the Galaxies.