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New insight into why galaxies stop forming stars
by University of California - Riverside
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23 October 2018
On 23 October 2018 Science Daily reported:
Galaxy clusters are rare regions of the universe consisting of hundreds of galaxies containing trillions of stars, as well as hot gas and dark matter. It has long been known that when a galaxy falls into a cluster, star formation is fairly rapidly shut off in a process known as 'quenching.' What actually causes the stars to quench, however, is a mystery ... A new study has made the best measurement yet of the quenching timescale, measuring how it varies across 70 percent of the history of the universe.
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