Galactic halo

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The Galactic halo or the galaxy halo is the region of a galaxy extending far above and below the galactic disk, where globular clusters and other old stars reside. In more simple words, it is a region surrounding the outside of the galaxy.[1]

References

  1. Alex Williams, John Hartnett (2005). Dismantling the Big Bang. Green Forest, AR, USA: Master Books, 138. ISBN 978-0-89051-437-5.