Subject: Could a galaxy form from the death of a star in a nebula?
Date: Sun Feb 17 13:36:03 2002
Posted by Jerry Jenks Jr.
Grade level: 10-12
School: Mount View High school
City: Welch State/Province: WVA.
Area of science: Astronomy
Scientists discovered evidence of a enormous black hole in the galactic center
of our milky way galaxy.
I am curious as to the surroundings of the star when it dies.
It seems that in order for this transformation to take place ,there must be a
sufficiant amount of matter and gases for the black hole to feed on.
This is why i have this idea about the black hole forming in a nebula.
Re: Could a galaxy form from the death of a star in a nebula?
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