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Galactocentric distance is a star's distance from the center of a galaxy. For example, our Sun is about 27 kly (8kpc) from the center of the Milky Way. Galactocentric distance may also refer to a galaxy's distance from another galaxy.
- The Distance to the Galactic Center on astrophys-assist.com.
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