The Mysteries of Jellyfish Galaxy
Witness the effects of gravity, plasma, and star formation in this stunning Hubble snapshot, revealing the secrets of their distinctive trailing tentacles.
Jellyfish Galaxies provide a window into the effects of Galaxy Clusters on shape and gas content.
Galaxy Clusters' gravitational Attraction Warps and Twists Galaxies into various Intriguing Designs.
The Intracluster Medium, a searingly Hot Plasma, dominates the space between Galaxies in Clusters.
Galaxies moving through the Intracluster Medium Experience a Current-Like Sensation.
Interaction with the Intracluster Medium can Deplete Galaxies of Star-Forming Gas.
Trailing Tentacles in jellyfish galaxies are a result of ram-pressure stripping.
Gas and dust loss due to the intracluster medium creates long ribbons of star formation.
Jellyfish Galaxies offer a Hostile Environment for Star Formation.
Hubble's Wide Field Camera 3 reveals surprising similarities in Star Production between the Galaxy Disk and Tentacles.
Studying Star Formation in Hostile Environments Contributes to our understanding of Galaxy Evolution.
World of Jellyfish Galaxies
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