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A disc galaxy (or disk galaxy) is a galaxy characterized by a galactic disc, a flattened circular volume of stars. These galaxies may or may not include a central non-disc-like region (a galactic bulge).
Disc galaxy types include:
- spiral galaxies
- lenticular galaxies (types E8, S0, SA0, SB0, SAB0)
Galaxies that are not disc types include: