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December 09, 2011

Extraordinary Long Gaseous Tails in Two Groups of Galaxies

In a recent Science Daily article, a team of scientists discovered two extremely long gaseous tails in two groups of galaxies, and these are now officially the longest structures observed in environments such as this. This work could lead to a major shift in how we think about the evolution of galaxies, and the article is pretty interesting.


Posted by drdod at December 9, 2011 01:19 PM


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