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Max- Planck- Institut fuer extr. Physik and and Astrophysics Dept, University of Oxford
light year light year x km/s light year x km parsec) parsec) arcsec r r rad r r pc
pc 8.5 kpc 0.7 Mpc QSOs 3000 Mpc
Charles Messier 1700s Herschel First General Catalogue Isaac Newton Telescope
S Sa Sb Sc SBa SBb SBc
Sa, Sb, Sc Sba, SBb, SBc
GALAXY NGC 4639 HST –WFPC2 NGC 1365
IrrI : Sc Irr II IrrI
NGC 2363 HST-WFPC2
Arp 273 : SW nuclear Starburst (LINER) NRAO
The Carthweel Galaxy (HST optical, near-infrared composite image)
Barnes & Hernquist :
Barnes & Hernquist
Monolithic Collapse) x
Hierarchical Model for Formation)
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Chapter 16: Other Galaxies. WHAT DO YOU THINK? Do all galaxies have spiral arms? Are galaxies isolated objects? Are all other galaxies moving away from.
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The Milky Way Appears as a band of light stretching across the sky There are dark regions along the band, giving the appearance of a lack of stars This.
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[ 실습 ] Hubble’s Law Hubble’s Law Edwin Hubble (1889 ~ 1953) * Period – Luminosity Relation of Cepheid Variable (Henrietta Leavitt, 1912)
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