Alien Galaxy Triggers Milky Way Star-Creation Burst

True Shape of Milky Way Galaxy


Like a flame fades when there is no gas in the cylinder, the rhythm of the stellar formation in the Milky Way, fueled by deposited gas, is predicted to decrease slowly and in a continuous way as the existing gas is extinguished. The results of the study show that although this process took place over the first 4,000 million years of Milky Way disc formation, a severe star formation burst, or “stellar baby boom,” inverted this trend.