8C10.80 - One Million Galaxies

Code Number:
Demo Title:
One Million Galaxies
Radiometry, Galactic Distribution
Area of Study:
Radio Astronomy
One Million Galaxies Poster.

Place poster on Blackboard Optics board and secure with magnets.

  • Karel Vander Lugh, "'Invisible' Galactic Halos", TPT, Vol. 31, #2, Feb. 1993, p. 90.
  • Heather M. Hill, "Massive Galaxies from the Early Universe Found Hiding in Plain Sight", Physics Today, Vol. 72, #10, Oct. 2019, p. 16.
  • Christopher J. Conselice, "Watching Galaxies Evolve", Physics Today, Vol. 64, #8, Aug. 2011, p. 68.
  • "Cosmic Particle Accelerators Identified", Science, Vol. 342, #6165, Dec. 2013, p. 1438.
  • Sophie Bushwick, "Here's a Tiny Slice of the Largest-Ever 3D Map of the Cosmos", Popular Science, Vol.289, #1, Jan/Feb. 2017, p. 20.
  • Martin J. Ress and Joseph Silk, "#7, The Origin of Galaxies", Scientific American Cosmology +1, Sept. 1967, p. 53. See the Lecture Demo Reference Library in Rm. 58 for this reference.

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