Comparison of rotating disc galaxies in the distant Universe and the present day

Schematic representation of rotating disc galaxies in the early Universe (right) and the present day (left). Observations with ESO's Very Large Telescope suggest that such massive star-forming disc galaxies in the early Universe were less influenced by dark matter (shown in red), as it was less concentrated. As a result the outer parts of distant galaxies rotate more slowly than comparable regions of galaxies in the local Universe.

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ESO/L. Calçada

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Kimlik:eso1709a
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Yayın tarihi:15 Mart 2017 19:00
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Tür:Early Universe : Galaxy : Type : Spiral
Kategori:Illustrations

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