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Elliptical Galaxy

The Elliptical Galaxy has mostly old stars and blue stars are new stars.

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What type of galaxy contains no blue stars?

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The name of the galaxy that does not contain any blue stars?

All galaxies contain hot blue stars...

Which type of galaxy mostly consists of a collection of older red stars that are located in the center with blue and white stars located in the outer regions?

A Spiral Galaxy

Is there more than one blue star?

Yes. Millions of blue stars exist in our galaxy alone.

Why are stars in your galaxy?

A galaxy is by a definition a group of stars. If there were no stars it could not be a galaxy.

At what galaxy are stars?

Every galaxy contains stars, if that's what you mean. "Galaxy" means "big bunch of stars". No stars ===> no galaxy.

Why are spiral galaxies' color blue or white?

If a galaxy shows any significant colour band, then it is due to the type of stars present in that galaxy. A blue or white galaxy would have to have a predominant amount of OB stars to project that colour band.Spiral galaxies do not have significantly greater amounts of OB stars, so it is only a "visual" appearance, not a factual one.

Why has your galaxy got stars?

If it didn't have stars it wouldn't be a galaxy

What is the circular collection of stars?

The answer is Galaxy. a circular collection of stars is a galaxy

Are there other stars in our galaxy?

There are about 200 -> 400 billion stars in our Galaxy

Why do new stars form in the arms of a spiral galaxy and not in the central bulge?

Stars form in all parts of our galaxy - not just the "arms". Stars do indeed form in the central bulge. The vast majority of hot, young, blue stars are formed in the arms, but stars also form in the central bulge as well.

Can stars exist outside a galaxy?

Yes, stars can exist outside of a Galaxy, but the majority are within a galaxy.