Sunday, September 01, 2019

snowball runaway clumping

Read a report from last year about the lumpy universe and how the "relentless pull of gravity... taking over [can make] a tiny mass... snowball into runaway clumping of matter." But results are still surprising.

While scientists continue to study 10 million galaxy images captured by the Hyper Suprime-Cam Survey (HSC) of Japan, team member Surhud More said the current "lumpiness is less than the expected."

This echoes the analysis from the VLT survery from 2016.

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