1. Astrophysicist announces her discovery that could rewrite story of how galaxies die  EurekAlert
  2. Astronomers discover rare, new type of galaxy on the brink of death  CNET
  3. A Newly Discovered Type of Galaxy Keeps Producing Stars as It Dies  VICE
  4. Astrophysicists announce discovery that could rewrite story of how galaxies die  Phys.org
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Cold quasars offer a glimpse of active galaxies heading for cosmic retirement and hint at the ultimate fate of the Milky Way.Cold quasars offer a glimpse of active galaxies heading for cosmic retirement and hint at the ultimate fate of the Milky Way.

Astronomers discover rare, new type of galaxy on the brink of death - CNET

At the annual meeting of the American Astronomical Society in St. Louis, Missouri, Allison Kirkpatrick, assistant professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Kansas, will announce her discovery ...

Astrophysicists announce discovery that could rewrite story of how galaxies die

'Cold quasars' offer an unprecedented look at the transition between active star-forming galaxies and dead galactic bodies.'Cold quasars' offer an unprecedented look at the transition between active star-forming galaxies and dead galactic bodies.

A Newly Discovered Type of Galaxy Keeps Producing Stars as It Dies - VICE

Allison Kirkpatrick of the University of Kansas will announce a breakthrough finding that overturns assumptions about the maturation of galaxies and may represent a phase of every galaxy's life cycle that was unknown until now.Allison Kirkpatrick of the University of Kansas will announce a breakthrough finding that overturns assumptions about the maturation of galaxies and may represent a phase of every galaxy's life cycle that was unknown until now.

Astrophysicist announces her discovery that could rewrite story of how galaxies die | EurekAlert! Science News

  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 […]

"3,000 Million Years Ago" --Alien Galaxy Triggers Milky Way Star-Creation Burst | The Daily 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 […]