Why do galaxies stop making stars? Massive Space Collision Provides New Clues

Newswise — Six billion years ago, two galaxies collided, their combined forces sending a stream of gas hundreds of thousands of light-years away. Reported this week by a team including Pitt astronomers, this unusual feature provides a possible new explanation for why galaxies stop forming stars. “One of the biggest questions in astronomy is why …

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