What are the relative distributions of stars, globular clusters, and the material of the galactic disk compared to the Sun within the Milky Way?

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    The halo stars and globular clusters are distributed in a roughly spherical region surrounding and centered on the disk; the Sun resides roughly halfway out from the center in the plane of the disk.
     The halo stars and globular clusters are distributed in a roughly spherical region surrounding and centered on the disk; the Sun resides roughly halfway out from the center, well away from the plane the disk.
     The globular clusters are distributed in a roughly spherical region surrounding and centered on the disk; the Sun resides roughly at the edge of the disk, which also contains the halo stars.
     The halo stars and globular clusters are distributed in a roughly spherical region surrounding and centered on the disk; the Sun resides at the edge of the disk.
     The globular clusters are distributed in a roughly spherical region surrounding and centered on the disk; the Sun resides roughly at the center of the disk, which also contains the halo stars.
asked Sep 20, 2012 in Astronomy by anonymous
    

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The halo stars and globular clusters are distributed in a roughly spherical region surrounding and centered on the disk; the Sun resides roughly halfway out from the center in the plane of the disk.
answered Sep 22, 2012 by SkyStar ~Expert~ (2,855 points)



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