Most galaxies are either star-forming disks, or red, dead spheroids. But, have galaxy clusters now shown that this divide isn’t quite so clear?
New research shows that strong galaxy bars dramatically reduce star formation in galaxies.
Blazing Hot DOGs, in MY early Universe? It’s more likely than you think…Find out what happens at this particularly turbulent BBQ!
In the latest of our #UndergradResearch series, discover Julianna Voelker’s research on the role of quasars in galaxy evolution.
In today’s #UndergradResearch post, Cynthia Ibrahim looks at quasar fields and galaxies within the quasar’s virial radius to determine if there is a relationship between galaxy distance from quasar and their star formation rates.
A satellite of Andromeda is missing an important ingredient — so where did it go?