Deciphering Compact Galaxies in the Young Universe
March 7, 2016
Based on the extensive observations using the Subaru Telescope, an international team of researchers found that small galactic clumps in the young universe (1.2 billion years after the Big Bang) are growing into large galaxies through mergers, causing active star formation as a result...
Subaru-HiCIAO Spots Young Stars Surreptitiously Gluttonizing Their Birth Clouds
February 24, 2016
By using HiCIAO on the Subaru Telescope, an international team revealed dramatic moments in star and planet formation. Infant stars are caught in action of gulping materials from its feeder disk, traced by messy and chaotic structures in the infrared observations...