Stars Form At Record Speeds In Infant Galaxy



When galaxies are born….. the heavens open up !

When galaxies are born, do their stars form everywhere at once, or only within a small core region? Recent measurements of an international team led by scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy provide the first concrete evidence that star-forming regions in infant galaxies are indeed small – but also hyperactive, producing stars at astonishingly high rates.

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