The Agape Galaxy, also known as NGC 4675 in scientific name, is a spiral galaxy, of the Sbc type. It is located at 217 million light years from the Milky Way.
It is one of the biggest Galaxies in the Constellation of Draco, similar in size to the Lewis Galaxy.
The discovery was made on April 14th, 1789 by William Herschel for Humanity.
The first human inhabitants came from the Lewis Galaxy nations. It holds an important Aldorian population as well as other Alien species.
The name "Agape", means in ancient Greek "Love" or "Deep, passionate Love", similar to the one given to a lover or the one experienced in newly beloved partners. It was given this name due to the reddish and beautiful appearance of this Galaxy.