The Stromlo Missing Satellites Survey
According to cosmological theory, density fluctuations of Cold Dark Matter (CDM) form the first structures in the Universe. The gravitational potential wells of these dark matter halos suck in primordial gas and provide the seeds for the formation of stars via energy dissipation and cooling, a billion years after the Big Bang. The observational Universe today is filled with these galaxies, the prime repositories of shining baryonic matter. For obvious reasons, most of the detected and...[Show more]
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|Book Title:||Galaxies in the Local Volume|
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