Scattered across the universe are billion of galaxies,each containing millions or even billion of stars.They come in many different shapes and sizes.Modern telescopes can now see very old galaxies the were born not long after the birth of the universe.
There are about 100 billion galaxies in the universe,and each galaxy has,on an average,100 billion stars.
The milky way galaxy was formed 5 billion years after the big bang.
latest known galaxy is the dwarf galaxy.
Andromeda is our nearest galaxy