How Does a Lenticular Galaxy Differ from a Normal Spiral Galaxy?

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Lenticular galaxy is quite different from the normal spiral galaxy. Lenticular has an elliptical shape. On the other hand, the spiral galaxy has a disk type shape.
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There's Elliptical galaxies, Irregular galaxies and the The Milky Way Galaxy. Have a happy day!
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