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Strange supernova observational hints on a new kind of starburst

The upper left panel shows a composite color image of the galaxy containing SN 2018oh. This image was taken with the Pan-STARRS1 telescope. The upper middle field is the same galaxy without the supernova emission. The upper right panel shows a similar image taken with the NASA Kepler Space Telescope. The lower sections show corresponding images of the ASAS SN …

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Astronomers Map a Starburst Galaxy | room

<! – -> Monstergalaxy COSMOS-AzTEC-1 observed with the ALMA telescope in Chile. ALMA showed the distribution of molecular gas (left) and dust particles (right). In addition to the dense cloud in the middle, the research team found two dense clouds several thousand light-years from the center. These dense clouds are dynamically unstable and are considered to be places of intense …

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The historic starburst blew the astronomers away

The journey to the moon lasts only 20 seconds, can you imagine! So the Stellar eruption of fast material raced off the eruptive, unstable and extremely massive Eta Carinae star. The astronomers found that this is the fastest released gas measured by a star burst and does not completely result in the annihilation star. The most brilliant starburst and known …

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Telescopes show a flood of massive stars in starburst galaxies

. 5 June (UPI) – New polls suggest that starburst galaxies, both near and far, harbor a greater number of massive stars than more peaceful galaxies, challenging popular theories of galactic evolution. With the Atacama Large Millimeter / Submillimeter Array and the Very Large Telescope, astronomers observed multiple starburst galaxies in the distant universes or early universe. The pictures revealed …

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Telescopes show a flood of massive stars in starburst galaxies

. 5 June (UPI) – New polls suggest that starburst galaxies, both near and far, harbor a greater number of massive stars than more peaceful galaxies, challenging popular theories of galactic evolution. With the Atacama Large Millimeter / Submillimeter Array and the Very Large Telescope, astronomers observed multiple starburst galaxies in the distant universes or early universe. The pictures revealed …

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ALMA and VLT find too many massive stars in starburst galaxies, near and far

ALMA and VLT astronomers have discovered that both starburst galaxies in the early Universe and a star formation region in a nearby galaxy contain a much higher proportion of massive stars than in more peaceful galaxies. These findings challenge current perceptions of how galaxies formed, changing our understanding of the cosmic star formation history and the structure of chemical elements. …

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Two galaxies collide into a glowing starburst galaxy

NASA released the latest image of NGC-3256, a 100 million light-years distant starburst galaxy. Starburst galaxies are one of the brightest objects in the sky and are usually formed when two galaxies collide. ( NASA, ESA ) Five hundred million years ago, two galaxies swarming with gases and about the same mass collapsed, forming a strange new galaxy that hosted …

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