lenticular galaxy

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lenticular galaxy (plural lenticular galaxies)

  1. (astronomy) A galaxy that like spiral galaxies has a flat disk but unlike them has lost most of its interstellar matter and therefore has no spirals; considered a transitional form between spirals and elliptical galaxies.

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