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Milky Way May Be Spitting Out Stars

News   Apr 20, 2020 | Original story from UC Irvine

 
Milky Way May Be Spitting Out Stars

A simulated galaxy image from the FIRE-2 project, representing a structure spanning more than 200,000 light years, shows the prominent plumes of young blue stars born in gas that was originally rotating and then blown radially outward by supernova explosions. Credit: Sijie Yu / UC Irvine

 
 
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