These rare galaxies aren’t forming stars like they should, and scientists don’t know why

An artist’s impression of a post-stellar galaxy. (Image credit: ALMA (ESO/NAOJ/NRAO)/S. Dagnello (NRAO/AUI/NSF))

Something strange is happening in the universe, especially in rare galaxies.

Until now, scientists believed that post-stellar explosion (PSB) galaxies, or galaxies born from strong galactic collisions, no longer form stars, remove gas and dust, and no longer form stars. inactive, or unable to create new stars. But the new observations of Atacama Large Millimeter/Millimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile indicates that PSB actually retains most of their gas after the merger, which is usually fuel star formation.

https://www.space.com/post-starburst-galaxy-condense-gas-study These rare galaxies aren’t forming stars like they should, and scientists don’t know why

Russell Falcon

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