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MoneyHubble spots tiny galaxy working overtime to build new stars

05:15  16 june  2019
05:15  16 june  2019 Source:   bgr.com

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One of its newest observations was just published on the Hubble website and it features the dwarf starburst galaxy ESO 495-21. The galaxy is packed with large stars that are all quite young, and it shows no signs of slowing down. Don't Miss: As the Hubble story explains, the galaxy is packed with

Like everything else in the universe, galaxies are born, live, and ultimately die, and thanks to incredibly powerful tools like the Hubble Space Telescope, we get to see various galaxies at virtually every stage of their lives.One of its newest observations was just published on the Hubble website and.

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Like everything else in the universe, galaxies are born, live, and ultimately die, and thanks to incredibly powerful tools like the Hubble Space Telescope, we get to see various galaxies at virtually every stage of their lives.

One of its newest observations was just published on the Hubble website and it features the dwarf starburst galaxy ESO 495-21. Its name may lack personality, but it more than makes up for it with a violent heart that is rapidly pumping out newborn stars. The galaxy is packed with large stars that are all quite young, and it shows no signs of slowing down.

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As the Hubble story explains, the galaxy is packed with what scientists call super star clusters or areas with extremely high star density. Even if we were able to fast-forward to what the galaxy looks like in the present day, it would still be quite young and is likely still building new stars with regularity.

As Hubble 's story explains, the galaxy is full of what scientists call super star clusters or areas of extremely high star density. The massive stars of these regions are quite young by the galactic standards - some millions of years or so - and this offers Hubble researchers the opportunity to study

Hubble spots tiny galaxy working overtime to build new stars As the Hubble story explains, the galaxy is packed with what scientists call super star clusters or areas with extremely high star density. The massive stars in these areas are fairly young by galactic standards — a few million years old, or thereabouts — and it’s affording Hubble researchers the opportunity to study star formation in the upstart galaxy.

As for what lies at its very center, scientists have a pretty good idea. “As well as hosting the cosmic fireworks that are super star clusters, ESO 495-21 also may harbor a supermassive black hole at its core,” the Hubble group explains. “Astronomers know that almost every large galaxy hosts such an object at its center, and, in general, the bigger the galaxy, the more massive the black hole.”

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Galaxies separated by 2 parsecs will increase their speed by 142 kilometers every second. If you run the mathatron, once you get out to 4,200 megaparsecs away, two galaxies will see each other traveling away faster than the speed of light. How big Is that, is it larger than the universe?

Hubble spots tiny galaxy working overtime to build new stars ESO 495-21 is so incredibly far away that actually visiting it isn’t even imaginable at this point. It sits some 30 million light-years away, which means that we’re actually seeing what the galaxy looked like 30 million years ago, rather than its current state. Even if we were able to fast-forward to what the galaxy looks like in the present day, it would still be quite young and is likely still building new stars with regularity.

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