Dwarf elliptical galaxies: United and divided
Although of humble appearance and often overlooked because of their modest physical sizes and low star densities, dwarf elliptical (dE) galaxies revealed themselves as the most common type of galaxies to exist in the Universe today. The recognition of the
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