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Australia’s state-of-the-art radio surveillance system ASKAP and Parker have captured the most complete radio image of the Small Magellanic Cloud, the satellite galaxy of the Milky Way galaxy that contains the Earth.
The small Magellanic cloud is one of the moons’ dwarf galaxies in the Milky Way galaxy. Located just 210,000 light-years away, it is part of the southern constellation of Do Queen.
According to Dr. Nicholas Pingle of the Australian National University’s School of Astrophysics and Astrophysics, the new image provides a more detailed view of the neutral hydrogen emission from the small magnetic cloud, according to Science News. The role of hydrogen in galaxy evolution.
For example, hydrogen interacts with supernovae, explodes at the end of its life and explodes, leaving small holes in the gas.
This image is the clearest radio data of the Small Magellanic Cloud, exposing even the most subtle structures, making it possible for astronomers to understand what this neighborhood contains and how it lived through such history.
The Small Magellanic Cloud is one of the closest and most distinctive satellite galaxies in the Milky Way. It orbits another satellite galaxy, the Large Magellanic Cloud. This interaction creates a long “tail” called the Magellanic Stream. This structure is expected to collide with the Earth-containing galaxy in the next 50 million years.
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