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A research team has discovered that the more massive black holes tend to be located in galactic environments with higher density, thus indicating that galaxies in a dense area often merge together, causing the growth of massive black holes.
05 Washington: An astronomer has said that all kinds of flat, disk galaxies grow out of their irregular, clumped appearance and their older stars take the same smooth look, while predictably fading from a bright center to a dim edge.
why the universe is producing fewer stars Two new studies attempt to explain how gases crucial to star formation are being expelled from galaxies, turning fertile spiral galaxies into fallow elliptical ones. By Pete Spotts , Staff writer / September
Hubble Space Telescope, to make a series of time-lapse movies showing a jet of superheated gas being ejected from a supermassive black hole...Meyer of the Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore, Maryland, said that central, supermassive black
A mysterious spiral of doom okay, just a spiral-shaped galaxy has been captured in a new image by the Hubble Space Telescope. The object belongs to an uncommon class of galaxy called lenticular galaxies, thought to represent the transitional phase
Astronomers have found a new way to measure the spin in supermassive black holes, which could lead to better understanding about how they drive the growth of galaxies...This distance depends on black hole spin as a fast spinning black hole pulls the
Travel & Delicacy Beauty never Ends Ecological Environment Taiwan News , Taiwan News 2013-07-22 01:54 PM Besides his famous work on discovering the expansion of the Universe, the so-called Hubble Law, another major contribution of astronomer Edwin
This newfound galaxy is pulling in gasses from neighboring regions, fueling star growth and driving its own rotation. This is the best evidence that researchers have to support the theory of galaxy formation. They were able to see the galaxy pulling
Using new detailed studies carried out with the ESO Very Large Telescope and the Hubble Space Telescope, researchers have studied an early galaxy in unprecedented detail and determined a number of important properties such as size, mass, content of
A new study has revealed that spiral galaxies like our own Milky Way appear to be much larger and more massive than previously believed. University of Colorado Boulder Professor John Stocke, study leader, said new observations with Hubble's $70