Empirical Evidence on the Creation of Galaxies and Quasars
Simply the arrangement on the sky of extragalactic objects has long shown that the youngest, smallest quasars and compact galaxies have been created recently in the vicinity of older progenitor galaxies. Now high energy observations in X-rays and γ-rays confirm these connections and require the creation of matter as an ongoing process marked by an initially high intrinsic redshift.
KeywordsRadio Galaxy Virgo Cluster Bright Galaxy Local Supercluster Creation Line
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