It’s gravity, right?
Everything I’ve read about the Milky Way this week has made me hungry, and this is no exception. I haven’t had deep-fried ice cream since I was a child, but do have a sudden craving for vanilla, chocolate, and cinnamon swirl.
“If you have a black hole with this kind of wind, in millions of years [the winds] will be able to quench star formation and create a galaxy like our own,” Nardini said. Stars will still form in the Milky Way, but not at the high rate of many young galaxies.
I can’t remember if I’ve posted this before. So it’s worth posting again. Just because, well, “whoa, dude. cool.”
I really just want you to see the amazing animated cartoon with Carl Sagan reading “Pale Blue Dot.” But the other stuff is interesting too.
Either from lack of sleep or too much vodka, I can only giggle childishly at my headline – even though Jupiter is not a particularly sexually charged name.