RECIPROCAL SYSTEM DATABASE Status Report: An Aperiodic Blog

November 14, 2014

Star Formation in Galaxies

Filed under: Science — transpower @ 1:34 pm

Galaxies grow by accretion of globular clusters and dwarf galaxies.  New stars are not formed inside galaxies because the existing stars continually pull in all of the dust and gas within the interstellar space.  Of course, supernovae create new multiple stars (or planetary systems) from the existing material, but this is not the same as creating new stars per se.  New stars first form in globular clusters; these are not the “oldest” entities in the universe, but the youngest!  See Dewey B. Larson’s astronomical work The Universe of Motion for the details.

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