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The dark side of the fluffiest galaxies
To the surprise of the scientific community last year a new type of galaxy was discovered, residing in a galactic megalopolis known as the Coma Cluster, some 300 million light years away from Earth. (2016-05-23)
Lenses galore -- Hubble finds large sample of very distant galaxies
New Hubble Space Telescope observations of six spectacular galaxy clusters acting as gravitational lenses have given significant insights into the early stages of the Universe. (2008-07-24)
Astronomers Use New Method To Study Deep Universe
Johns Hopkins astronomers have devised a technique to measure the distance from Earth to the farthest galaxies far more quickly than before. (1996-08-07)
Notre Dame astronomers find massive supply of gas around modern galaxies
Galaxies have a voracious appetite for fuel -- in this case, fresh gas -- but astronomers have had difficulty finding the pristine gas that should be falling onto galaxies. (2013-01-11)
Astronomers report galactic baby boom
A pair of young astronomers has found a bumper crop of (2001-06-03)
Massive star factory churned in universe's youth
Astronomers find the most prolific star factory yet seen, in a far-distant galaxy that reveals important information about the cosmic environment in the early history of the Universe. (2013-04-17)
Deciphering compact galaxies in the young universe
Researchers using the Subaru Telescope has discovered about 80 young galaxies in the early universe about 1.2 billion years after the Big Bang. (2016-03-10)
Research reveals the real cause of death for some starburst galaxies
Gregory Rudnick and a team of fellow astronomers have solved the mystery of why compact, young galaxies become galactic ruins. (2014-11-13)
Astronomers discover a new class of objects in two nearby galaxies
Astronomers searching for globular star clusters in a nearby galaxy have discovered an entirely new class of objects, unlike anything previously described. (2002-03-28)
Black hole growth found to be out of sync
New evidence from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory challenges prevailing ideas about how black holes grow in the centers of galaxies. (2012-06-12)
Hubble sees Pandora's Cluster
A team of scientists studying the galaxy cluster Abell 2744, nicknamed Pandora's Cluster, have pieced together the cluster's complex and violent history using telescopes in space and on the ground, including the Hubble Space Telescope, the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope, the Japanese Subaru telescope, and NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory. (2011-06-22)
River of hydrogen flowing through space seen with Green Bank Telescope
Using the National Science Foundation's Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope, astronomer D.J. (2014-01-27)
Discovered: Fast-growing galaxies from early universe
A team of astronomers including Carnegie's Eduardo Bañados and led by Roberto Decarli of the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy has discovered a new kind of galaxy which, although extremely old -- formed less than a billion years after the Big Bang -- creates stars more than a hundred times faster than our own Milky Way. (2017-05-24)
In deep galaxy surveys, astronomers get a boost -- from gravity
Astronomers who survey galaxies in the distant universe are getting some unexpected help from gravity, according to a new study. (2011-01-12)
High rate of star births linked to supermassive black holes
The unusually high rates of star births seen in some galaxies may be linked to voracious black holes at the center of those galaxies, according to a new analysis of astronomical data by researchers at The Johns Hopkins University. (2000-11-05)
Catalog Of Spiral Galaxies Shows Evidence Of Galactic Collisions
Astronomers compiling a catalog of spiral galaxies have discovered that collisions between such galaxies, as well as near-collisions, are more common than had been thought. (1999-04-28)
Astronomers release spectacular survey of the distant universe
Astronomers at the University of Nottingham have released spectacular new infrared images of the distant universe, providing the deepest view ever obtained over a large area of sky. (2016-06-30)
Small, but plentiful: How the faintest galaxies illuminated the early universe
Light from tiny galaxies over 13 billion years ago played a larger role than previously thought in creating the conditions in the universe as we know it today, a new study has found. (2014-07-07)
Hubble sees starbursts in Virgo
Starburst galaxies contain regions where stars are forming at such a breakneck rate that the galaxy is eating up its gas supply faster than it can be replenished. (2017-04-14)
Large number of dwarf galaxies discovered in the early universe
A team of researchers, led by University of California, Riverside astronomers, found for the first time a large population of distant dwarf galaxies that could reveal important details about a productive period of star formation in the universe billions of years ago. (2016-11-21)
Cosmic environments and their influence in star formation
In a joint collaboration between the California Institute of Technology and the University of California, Riverside, astronomers have performed an extensive study of the properties of galaxies within filaments formed at different times during the age of the universe. (2017-03-06)
Long ago and far away, an average galaxy
Using a giant galaxy cluster as a cosmic-scale lens, astronomers have discovered a galaxy from the early universe that they think is 'typical' of its time. (2017-04-10)
Galaxy quakes could improve hunt for dark matter
A trio of brightly pulsating stars at the outskirts of the Milky Way is racing away from the galaxy and may confirm a method for detecting dwarf galaxies dominated by dark matter and explain ripples in the outer disk of the galaxy. (2016-01-07)
Black holes' fatal attraction triggers galaxies' change of heart
Supermassive black holes at the hearts of large galaxies merge when their host galaxies do, say Professor David Merritt of Rutgers University, New Jersey, and Professor Ron Ekers of CSIRO's Australia Telescope National Facility in Sydney, Australia. (2002-08-02)
Astronomers pin down galaxy collision rate with Hubble data
A new analysis of Hubble surveys, combined with simulations of galaxy interactions, reveals that the merger rate of galaxies over the last 8 billion to 9 billion years falls between the previous estimates. (2011-10-27)
Milky Way's origins are not what they seem
In a first-of-its-kind analysis, Northwestern University astrophysicists have discovered that up to half of the matter in our Milky Way galaxy may come from distant galaxies. (2017-07-26)
AAS meeting highlights several new Hubble science findings
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope is providing a new perspective on the remote universe, including new views of young and distant galaxies bursting with stars. (2014-01-07)
Gas rich galaxies confirm prediction of modified gravity theory
Recent data for gas rich galaxies precisely match predictions of a modified theory of gravity know as MOND according to a new analysis by University of Maryland Astronomy Professor Stacy McGaugh. (2011-02-22)
Milky Way sidelined in galactic tug-of-war
The Magellanic Stream is an arc of hydrogen gas spanning more than 100 degrees of the sky behind the Milky Way's neighbor galaxies, the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds. (2010-09-29)
Ultra-dense galaxies found in early universe
A team of astronomers looking at the universe's distant past found nine young, unusually compact galaxies, each weighing in at 200 billion times the mass of the sun. (2008-04-29)
Black holes lead galaxy growth, new research shows
Peering deep into the early universe, astronomers may have solved a longstanding cosmic chicken-and-egg problem -- which forms first -- galaxies or the black holes at their cores? (2009-01-06)
Milky Way-like galaxies may have existed in the early universe
A new, large-scale computer simulation has shown for the first time that large disk galaxies, much like our own Milky Way, may have existed in the early days of the universe. (2015-08-05)
Chandra catches early phase of cosmic assembly
A NASA Chandra X-ray Observatory image has revealed a complex of several intergalactic hot gas clouds in the process of merging. (2004-08-13)
Far UV detector built by UC Berkeley is part of new instrument to be installed on Hubble
When the space shuttle Atlantis takes off May 11, it will be carrying a new instrument for the Hubble Space Telescope, the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph, that will scan the universe in the near and far ultraviolet in search of clues to the origin and evolution of galaxies. (2009-05-07)
Discovering a new stage in the galactic lifecycle
A Caltech-led team, using the powerful ALMA telescope in Chile, has analyzed the clouds of gas and dust from some of the earliest galaxies ever observed -- one billion years after the Big Bang. (2015-06-24)
Where giant galaxies are born
An international team of scientists, with IAC participation, has discovered that the biggest galaxies in the universe develop in cosmic clouds of cold gas. (2016-12-02)
New discovery sheds light on the ecosystem of young galaxies
A team of scientists, led by Michael Rauch from the Carnegie Observatories, has discovered a distant galaxy that may help elucidate two fundamental questions of galaxy formation: How galaxies take in matter and how they give off energetic radiation. (2011-08-29)
Mysterious infrared light from space resolved perfectly
A research team using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array has detected the faintest millimeter-wave source ever observed. (2016-03-10)
Hubble spots galaxies in close encounter
The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has produced this vivid image of a pair of interacting galaxies known as Arp 142. (2013-06-20)
Astronomers get their hands dirty as they lift the veil on galactic dust
There is more to a grain of dust than meets the eye, at least for astronomers as they attempt to probe deeper into distant galaxies. (2007-10-12)
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