As a proper noun galaxy
is (astronomy|dated) the milky way galaxy, from when it was thought the universe (our universe) had only one galaxy.
As a noun anticenter is
(astronomy) the point in the sky opposite to that of the centre of the galaxy (when viewed from earth).
* 1633 , John Donne, "Sapho to Philænis":
(galaxy) Any of the collections of many millions of stars, galactic dust, black holes, etc. existing as independent and coherent systems, of which there are billions in the known universe.
- So may thy cheekes red outweare scarlet dye, / And their white, whitenesse of the Galaxie [...].
* (astronomy) G (abbreviation)
* active galaxy
* dwarf galaxy
* elliptical galaxy
* galaxy cluster / cluster of galaxies
* galaxy filament / filament of galaxies
* galaxy nucleus
* galaxy sheet / sheet of galaxies
* galaxy wall / wall of galaxies
* irregular galaxy
* lenticular galaxy
* spiral galaxy
* whirlpool galaxy
(astronomy) The point in the sky opposite to that of the centre of the galaxy (when viewed from Earth)
(mathematics) The point of concurrence of the four maltitudes of a cyclic quadrilateral