Brand new evidence of feedback source often overlooked in dwarf galaxy evolution
What makes a starburst galaxy? Do they have more gas or more efficient star-formation?
Galactic winds shed new light on an otherwise invisible mechanism at the heart of massive galaxies.
Where a galaxy lies on the cosmic web can play a part in determining it’s mass and star formation rate.
Stellar feedback can drive a galactic fountain by pushing out gas that later falls back in.
What processes will disrupt a cloud of gas passing through the circumgalactic medium?