The DNA of Galaxies

Blue galaxy
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Allison L. Strom, Carnegie Fellow at the Carnegie Observatories, shows how astronomers are now using the world's largest telescopes to determine the chemical DNA of even very distant galaxies, and how this information is answering key questions about how galaxies like our own formed and evolved.

 

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