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The young building blocks of galaxies similar to the Milky Way have been spotted for the first time by astronomers, giving a tantalising glimpse of how our stellar back yard may have formed.
The discovery of 27 "teenager", or proto-galaxies, is further evidence that galaxies like the Milky Way were created by the clumping of smaller clouds of gas and dust, researchers said on Wednesday.
Originally posted by Monsterenergy791
reply to post by Quantum_Squirrel
Galaxies form becasue of clumps of gas and dust, but I wonder how the super-massive black hole is formed in each galxey.
Maybe the enormous amount of gases and dust is so much in the middle, it becomes extremly dense, rotates faster and faster, and then becomes a black hole.---my theory-
Originally posted by Quantum_Squirrel
From the smallest electron to solar systems ... everything orbits something it seems , round and round forces acting on each other .. i see no reason why this would'nt apply to the largest scale of things as well as the smallest