Our universe is completely filled with number of galaxies. And our galaxy contains several other galaxies that orbits around it. A research has been conducted by astronomers who shows that a particular or specific group of galaxies are not able to define the accurate model for the explanation of its orderly circling procedure.
There are several other scientists that made a study and experiments and found that our universe contains a different kind of substance that is known as dark matter and this accounts for 80 percent of the overall matter in the entire universe. For the identification of rotation of these galaxies, they contain conventional matter that can keep a smooth lidless blender.
The presence of dark matter in the universe helps in providing or generating extra stuff that is required to keep galaxies together by involving the formation of galaxy. It appears like cob-webbed across the whole universe. It is found by the scientists that the formation of the dwarf galaxies along with the threads of the dark matter that helps in the converging with their meeting along with merging it into larger galaxies.
This framework ensures that satellite galaxies are distributed by following elongated orbits in several arbitrary directions. After this challenge, scientists found that all the satellites of our Milky Way and the Andromeda Galaxy are the major closest neighbor that does not follow the predictions made by the scientists. Also, there are various small companion galaxies that appear with the rotation and syncing of each other. It follows circular path in a disk-shaped plane all around the host galaxy. Both of these distributions are somehow and somewhere similar to each other.
Various researches of the top scientists proved another example based on the orderly arrangement of the satellite system. In the year 2015, astronomers found that most of the dwarf galaxies are orbited due to large galaxy Centaurus. They reviewed individual satellite galaxies that circles Centaurus A, as this was the richest assembly in the entire galaxy system within 30 million light-years of Milky Way. The velocities and positions of the satellite were traced by discovering around 14 to 16 companions in the same direction particularly for Orbit CEntaurus A.