Massive Stars Slowed Early Galaxy Growth - Universe Today
An illustartion of an early dwarf galaxy surrounded by red hydrogen gas. Image credit: David A. Aguilar/CfA. Click to enlarge Shortly after the Big Bang, large clouds of hydrogen collapsed easily into the first galaxies and stars. These weren’t stars like our Sun; however, they were hot, massive and very short lived – blasting their … Continue reading "Massive Stars Slowed Early Galaxy Growth"
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