By G. Efstathiou (auth.), Professor Dr. Roland Wielen (eds.)
Progress in the direction of an knowing of the dynamics and interactions of galaxies has been spurred on greater than ever through a wealth of latest observations and numerical experiments. The Heidelberg convention 1989, the papers of that are accumulated during this quantity, was once super profitable in featuring a synoptic view of the sector in all its features: galaxy interactions within the early universe and lately, interactions of our galaxy and its neighbours, dynamical difficulties of elliptical and disk galaxies, teams and clusters, starburst and nuclear task brought on by way of interactions, merger situations, and numerical experiments. Researchers and graduate scholars, experts or no longer, will locate the following an entire evaluate of a swiftly transforming into box of astronomy.
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A. 1988, Ap. , 334, 121. 4 contained a much larger population of "blue" galaxies than expected. This suggested rapid color evolution of galaxies in 1/3 of a Hubble time. 5. 2 had a blue galaxy fraction of order 20%, whereas such clusters nearby had a blue galaxy fraction of only 3%. Still, this result was not readily accepted until spectroscopic observations were made of the clusters containing this large blue galaxy population. There now exists substantial evidence, from spectroscopic observations, to support the existence of this large blue galaxy fraction in distant clusters.
Dynamics and Interactions of Galaxies: Proceedings of the International Conference, Heidelberg, 29 May – 2 June 1989 by G. Efstathiou (auth.), Professor Dr. Roland Wielen (eds.)