Dwarf elliptical galaxies are the smaller counterpart of elliptical galaxies, being dwarf-sized and usually no more than a few kiloparsecs in diameter. They are similar to dwarf spherical galaxies in shape, but have distinct stellar formation patterns and age.
Well-known galaxies of this type in our universe include M32, NGC 147, and NGC 185.
| E · S0 · Sa · Sb · Sc · Sd · Sm · Irr |
dSph · dE · dIrr