The Milky Way roaming the Milky way is a milky bright band across the starry sky. In ancient Europe, it was called “milk road” in ancient Greece
The Milky Way intersects the celestial equator in the constellation Aquila and is in the northern hemisphere. The Milky Way draws a band of different width on the celestial sphere, which is called the Galactic belt.
The Milky way is visible only on clear nights and is caused by the light of numerous dark stars. The Milky way is not a galaxy, but a part of the galaxy. From the earth, it looks outward from the inside of the disk structure, so the galaxy is in a circle around the sky sphere.