Where Are Most of the Milky Way's Globular Clusters Found?

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Most of the Milky Way's globular clusters are scattered throughout the galaxy. The largest concentration can be located in the Sagittarius constellation, with roughly three dozen.
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the halo.
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In the halo, orbiting around the galactic centre. Its the fact that globulars were not evenly distributed in our skies that helped support the idea that the Earth was not at the centre
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In the halo of the galaxy. Anonymous
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Globular clusters are that they may be as old as 12.7 billion
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