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Carnegie Mellon University-led Team Conducts Most Detailed Cosmological Simulation to Date


June 27, 2007

News thumbnail for astronomy and space Using a new computer model of galaxy formation, researchers have shown that growing black holes release a blast of energy that fundamentally regulates galaxy evolution and black hole growth itself. The model explains for the first time, observed phenomena and promises to deliver deeper insights into our understanding of galaxy formation, and the role of black holes throughout cosmic history. The results were generated by an international team of investigators. Full Story

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