Which of the Following Best Describes the Milky Way Galaxy?

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The Milky Way Galaxy is best explained as milky glowing band arching across the night sky. This explanation is also used to derive its name as Milky Way Galaxy. It is explained as super massive black hole with an estimated large mass than the mass of the Sun.
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