The Milky Way galaxy is the name given by the humans on Earth to their home galaxy.
The Super Scouts apparently know specific information regarding the galaxy; an older male Super Scout corrects Marcy by saying that the number of stars is 114 billion, and not the 110 billion she mentions during her presentation (1980: "The Night the Cylons Landed, Part I").
- There is some confusion as to whether or not the Cyrannus galaxy is in fact the same as the Milky Way.
- As of early 2006, the Milky Way galaxy is estimated to contain 200 million stars. This number may be expected to double in size, if small stars predominate.
- Sanders, Robert, "Milky Way galaxy is warped and vibrating like a drum", UCBerkeley News, January 9, 2006. Retrieved on 2006-05-24.
- Frommert, H.; Kronberg, C. (August 25, 2005). The Milky Way Galaxy (backup available on Archive.org) (in English). SEDS. Retrieved on 2007-05-09.