Fireworks in the Early Universe: In Star-Forming Galaxies, Energy Bursts from Massive Central Black Hole Accretion
ScienceDaily (Sep. 19, 2012) — Galaxies in the early universe grew fast by rapidly making new stars. Such prodigious star formation episodes, characterized by the intense radiation of the newborn stars, were often accompanied by fireworks in the form of energy bursts caused by the massive central black hole accretion in these galaxies.
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Fireworks in the Early Universe: In Star-Forming Galaxies, Energy Bursts from Massive Central Black Hole Accretion

ScienceDaily (Sep. 19, 2012) — Galaxies in the early universe grew fast by rapidly making new stars. Such prodigious star formation episodes, characterized by the intense radiation of the newborn stars, were often accompanied by fireworks in the form of energy bursts caused by the massive central black hole accretion in these galaxies.

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