Fast formation Of Stars In Dwarf Galaxies

Galaxies
Galaxies Still

Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences has conducted a study on observing galaxies in the solar system. This study has made many interesting facts about the formation of nearby galaxies. Earlier more government institutes and non-government institutes have been working on exploring the milky galaxy and Andromeda galaxy with the low specifications telescopes. As computer technology gets advanced, many powerful telescopes are available for hardcore purposes rather than low range usage. Every country is continuously investing more than a million dollars in Aerospace projects. Space is an endless boundary that has so many things to be discovered from time to time. Few of the discoveries require satellite and rockets, whereas few projects make use of telescopes with a powerful lens.

As we know that our solar system has billions of galaxies located, which has its own stars and other things related to outer space. Most of these galaxies are determined based on the size and formation. While analyzing the space through the devices, it’s clear that our solar system has billions of galaxies, which are 100 times smaller than our Milkyway galaxy. These galaxies are the result of a big bang that happened more than a million years ago. The particles which are thrown out from the explosion becomes galaxies during the time. The study conducted by the team of experts in the space research has said that “While most of these tiny galaxies are called dwarf galaxies form stars at a much slower rate than the massive ones, some dwarf galaxies are seen forming new stars at a mass-normalized rate 10 to 100 times more than that of the Milky Way galaxy,”.

Galaxies
Galaxies Still

It has also explored that chemical elements present in the bit and pieces play an important role in creating those galaxies. These galaxies are estimated to be around 1000 light distance from our Galaxy. Due to the compression and expansion these galaxy forms into a natural shape and structure. The age of the galaxies is said to less than the other galaxies that are currently in existence.

Improper arrangement of hydrogen in these galaxies makes it astonishing that whether this might have caused the result in dwarf shape. The scientist has observed huge number of galaxies using the telescope that was developed from India. There are several other powerful telescopes that are available in European countries which are basically used for discovering space and other objects. Stars are formed in the atmosphere during the collision that happens between chemical elements and structures.

1.3-metre Devasthal Fast Optical Telescope (DFOT) is used for most of these discoveries which have a high range in determining the distance. Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope uses radio technology for visual through space and galaxies. On analyzing the 1,420.40 MHz images which were collected during the research explains that the hydrogen element in these galaxies are in the intense disturbed state. It’s clear that the hydrogen in those galaxies exists in various other forms spreading across the system.

The hydrogen in these galaxies can be found as isolated clouds structure, tails, and plumes, It has made scientists think that there might be collision or brushing that happened between two galaxies in recent years. For getting more clarity and to make it available for other scientists these images will be issued with the  Monthly Notices of Royal Astronomical Society (MNRAS) Journal which is getting regularly published by UK based Royal Astronomical Society.