View Single Post
hkyriazi
#1
May13-10, 07:07 AM
P: 96
It's my understanding that a purely 1/r**2 gravity would allow galaxies to be infinite in size. Is the current thinking that galaxies have a finite and typical size and range owing to the initial distribution of matter?
Phys.Org News Partner Astronomy news on Phys.org
Raven soars through first light and second run
Magnetar discovered close to supernova remnant Kesteven 79
Image: Hubble looks at light and dark in the universe