Category:Astrophysics of Galaxies

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Astrophysics of galaxies is a subfield of astrophysics that studies the physical and observational properties of galaxies, including their formation, evolution, and structure. It involves the study of the distribution of stars, gas, and dust in galaxies, as well as their motions, interactions, and formation processes. Astrophysicists also study the properties of black holes, active galactic nuclei, and the impact of gravitational interactions on the evolution of galaxies. They use a combination of theoretical models, computer simulations, and observational data from telescopes to study galaxies and their properties. The knowledge gained from the astrophysics of galaxies is crucial for understanding the evolution and structure of the universe as a whole.

Pages in category "Astrophysics of Galaxies"

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