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Andromeda: Re/ Examined


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  1. Aug 27,  · Andromeda’s halo has been probed before by Lehner’s team. In , they discovered that the Andromeda halo is large and massive. But there was little hint of its complexity; now, it’s mapped out in.
  2. Aug 28,  · Through a program called Project AMIGA (Absorption Map of Ionized Gas in Andromeda), the study examined the light from 43 quasars—the very distant, brilliant cores of active galaxies powered by black holes—located far beyond Andromeda. The quasars are scattered behind the halo, allowing scientists to probe multiple regions.
  3. Aug 27,  · Through a program called Project AMIGA (Absorption Map of Ionized Gas in Andromeda), the study examined the light from 43 quasars--the very distant, brilliant cores of active galaxies powered by black holes--located far beyond Andromeda. The quasars are scattered behind the halo, allowing scientists to probe multiple regions.
  4. Aug 28,  · The Andromeda galaxy, also known as M31, is a majestic spiral of around 1 trillion stars and comparable in size to the Milky Way. This is the most comprehensive study of a halo surrounding a.
  5. Sep 08,  · The Andromeda galaxy (also known as M31) is a huge spiral of perhaps as many as 1 trillion stars, similar in size to our Milky Way (Getty) “This reservoir of gas Author: Rob Waugh.
  6. Aug 27,  · Through a program called Project AMIGA (Absorption Map of Ionized Gas in Andromeda), the study examined the light from 43 quasars -- the very distant, brilliant cores of active galaxies powered by.
  7. Aug 28,  · Through a program called Project AMIGA (Absorption Map of Ionized Gas in Andromeda), the study examined the light from 43 quasars—the very distant, brilliant cores of active galaxies powered by.
  8. Through a program called Project AMIGA (Absorption Map of Ionized Gas in Andromeda), the study examined the light from 43 quasars -- the very distant, brilliant cores of active galaxies powered .

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