The European Southern Observatory (ESO) has found evidence of the formation of a cracked star in a galaxy observation of the galaxy using very large telescopes (VLTs), which has caused hundreds of thousands in the central part of the galaxy. The supernova has exploded.
These observations were led by a racer scudal from the Andalusian Institute of Astrophysics in Granada, Spain.
Explaining this observation, Scudell said, “Our unprecedented survey of a large part of the galaxy center has given us a detailed insight into the process of star formation in this region of Aki.”
“Contrary to what was accepted so far, we have found that the formation of stars has not been consistent,” said Francisco Nogaras-Lara, who led two new studies in the central region of the Milky Way at the same institute in Granada.
Observational study – was revealed in Nature Astronomy.
Researchers found that 80% of the stars in the Milky Way galaxy’s central region were formed during the early years of the galaxy. This preliminary period, which was eight to 13 billion years ago, followed by the next six billion years, during which many stars were not born.
It eventually culminated in a massive explosion of star formation that took place nearly a billion years ago. Less than 100 million years after the final eruption, several combined gathering stars were created in the hundreds of millions of suns.
“The burst of activity, which probably resulted from the explosion of more than a million supernovae, was probably the most exciting event of the entire galaxy’s history,” said Nougaras-Lara for the Max Planck Institute for Astronomy. ” Heidelberg, Germany
Researchers say that during a starburst, massive stars are formed and because mass stars are younger than lower stars, they perform much faster at the end of their lives, violent supernovae. Die in blasts