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The Charis Cluster is a region consisting of nine galaxies with Euthenia at the center.

Overview

Nine galaxies inhabit this region, most if them being S0 class galaxies.

List:

Euphrosyne: Also known as NGC 398, this is an S0 class galaxy, 1.45 million light years from Euthenia. Euphrosyne is the closest galaxy to Euthenia and is named after a Greek goddess of cheer. It contains 19 billion stars.

Eucleia: Also known as NGC 379, is an S0 class galaxy, 1.55 million light years from Euthenia. It was named after a Greek spirit of glory. Eucleia contains 75 billion stars.

Penia: Known by its catalogue designation NGC 380, is an Elliptical galaxy 1.58 million light years from Euthenia. It was named after the personification of greed and poverty in Greek mythology. A whopping 270 billion stars resie in this galaxy.

Philophrosyne: Named after the Greek spirit of welcome and friendliness, Philophrosyne is an S0 class galaxy, 1.63 million light years from Euthenia. It contains 210 billion stars.

Eupheme: An S0 class galaxy, 1.82 million light years from Euthenia. It was name after the Greek spirit of good omen and praise. Its designation is NGC 385. Eupheme contains 37 billion stars.

Algaea: An Elliptical galaxy named after the Greek spirit of beauty and splendor. It is 1.93 million light years from Euthenia and its official designation is NGC 397. Algaea is home to 67 billion stars.

Thalia: An S0 class galaxy 2.04 million light years from Euthenia. Its official designation is NGC 392 and was named after the Greek spirit of goo order and lawful conduct. Thalia contains 47 billion stars.

Boreas Cloud: An irregular galaxy, 2.19 million light years away from Euthenia. This galaxy is very mysterious as ancient signals of some kind were detected coming from its direction.

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