Half Of All Stars In The Universe Wander In the Inter-Galactic Space

Astronomy Science ~ About half of all stars in the universe lies in between galaxies in the great room. This unexpected discovery made by a...

Astronomy Science ~ About half of all stars in the universe lies in between galaxies in the great room. This unexpected discovery made by a new study using a NASA rocket. These stars could help solve the mystery of the missing light and particles that in theory there should be, say the scientists say.

This star has no galaxies, they are in the space between the galaxies. "There may also be man there," said Harvey Moseley, an astrophysicist at Goddard Space Flight Center, Institute of Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), which is involved in the research.

The conclusion that the inter-galactic zone also rich star astronomers analyzed the data obtained after the mission Cosmic Infrared Background Survey (CIBER) between 2010-2012. CIBER rides flown into space and given the task of staking five plot area in the sky, each for a minute, in order to gather as much light cosmos.

To overcome biased observation mission because of the flight time, CIBER perform reconnaissance missions several times a year. CIBER itself is designed to look at fluctuations in infrared light that is useful to find the first galaxies in the universe. The light from galaxies in the early universe had approached infrared wavelengths because the influence of the expanding universe.

This illustration shows a galaxy that is located in the halo star. These stars are too far away to be seen individually and in contrast, is seen as a diffuse light, yellow in this illustration.
When analyzing the data CIBER, Moseley, Michael Zemcov of the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) who led the research, and his partner Jamie Bock surprised. They found that the light coming was not enough to approach the infrared. Thus, it is difficult to say that the light was coming from an old galaxy.

Bock argued, that the light coming from the galaxy is more modern and is located closer to the Milky Way.b Scientists then analyze the data again. As a result, the existing light turned out to be more of galaxies known at this time. That is, the light is coming from inter-galactic space, from the stars floating in there.

"The stars that produce light similar many of the cosmos with galaxies. This is awesome," said Bock.

Bock suspect, the stars that previously existed in the galaxy. However, due to inter-galactic collisions that frequently occur in the universe, the star was thrown out. "If this is true, then there is a large population of stars in the zone between galaxies. However, due to very dim, we only get to see them in large numbers," said Moseley.

Bock will follow up its findings by analyzing data CIBER2 that collects visible light. He hoped that the data will be able to reveal the types of stars that exist in the zone of inter-galactic.
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