Big galaxies are our Universe’s bullies. Snacking ruthlessly on their smaller galactic kin, these massive galaxies have stopped producing stars of their own, and are instead feasting on tiny galaxies inhabiting their neighborhood.
Lights in the Sky: A Double Take By Rod C Washington It has now been a year since I returned to my hobby of night sky photography and I have seen many different types of lights in the sky. Most of them are explainable; satellites, spacecraft, high-flying aircraft, and other lights that have totally celestial explanations. I have spotted some…Read More