Why are massive galaxies slowing down?

Why are massive galaxies slowing down?

The Galactic Cluster Abell 2744, captured by the Hubble telescope. Located on the grounds of the Sculptor and accommodates several hundred galaxies

Researchers have noticed that large-scale galaxies living in a crowd are making trades much slower.

It used to be thought that the speed depended on how closely the neighbors adjoined the cluster. New findings say that the base is based on the mass of the object.

To calculate the exact speed, we had to use the Sydney-AAO Integral Field Spectrograph, located on a 4-meter Anglo-Australian telescope.

It penetrates galaxies and captures optical spectra from 61 points in each. Researchers are trying to understand exactly what factors affect the galactic development. New data refute previous conclusions based on smaller samples.

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