Why isn’t the universe as bright as it should be?

4 marzo 2015

A handful of new stars are born each year in the Milky Way, while many more blink on across the universe. But astronomers have observed that galaxies should be churning out millions more stars, based on the amount of interstellar gas available. This study explains why galaxies don’t churn out as many stars as they should.
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