Where does a star go young, when it is in its young age, to say that it is going through its early days, it shows through the stars, the age of the stars shows that the galaxies What is the age, there are many stars in the Universe, who are in their young age, and there are many who are moving towards their end. The youngest stars in the Universe are found in galaxies, which are in their young, as we know that galaxies are made up of many stars, these galaxies are of many sizes, but most researchers have seen spherical galaxies Seen, these galaxies are very large in size, and some sky galaxies are small in size.
As we know, our universe is expanding with time, and the way it is spreading, it cannot be said that when it will spread, there are many new stars in the universe today. Researchers have seen a galaxy, which is a young, whose colors of stars tell a lot about them. According to the researchers, there are also galaxies in the Universe, which are orbiting larger galaxies than themselves, and new stars are being formed with them, no matter how many galaxies are there in the universe, most of which are galaxies, which are also in their young age.
Cluster NGC 1783 was first observed by John Herschel in 1835, NGC 1783 is about 160 000 light-years away from Earth, and its mass is about 170 000 times that of the Sun. The spherical cluster NGC 1783, shown in a new image, taken with the Advanced Camera for Survey (ACS) on board the NASA / ESA Hubble Space Telescope, is the Large Magellanic Cloud, one of the largest spherical clusters in the satellite galaxy is.
Mostly observed, that clusters are spherical, held together by their own gravity, are dense collections of stars, which orbit the galaxies like satellites, the image can be clearly seen, that The symmetrical shape of NGC 1783 and the concentration of stars towards the center show distinctive features of both spherical clusters.
Astronomers can extract a picture of an overall age for the cluster and the history of its star formation by the color and brightness of the stars, the astronomer described NGC 1783 as one and a half billion years old, which is too small for spherical clusters, and usually It is several billion years old. Researchers believe that the response to star formation occurs twice, as during that time, at least two periods of star formation are considered, with a separation of 50 to 100 million years.
The ebb and flow of the starry reaction is an indicator of how much gas is available for star formation at any one time. There are two reactions to the formation of stars, when a cloud of gas washes together due to gravity, and thus a huge star is formed, and these stars explode as the largest supernova, and they further Blows away the gas needed to make stars, but the gas reserves can later be replenished by less massive stars, which last longer and flush their gas less violently. This gas can flow into the dense central regions of the star cluster, a second phase of star formation, and once again short-lived massive stars blow away any leftover gas. This cycle may continue for some time, at which time the remaining gas reservoir is considered too small to form any new wires.