Proper Motion of the Andromeda Galaxy
... M31 is large! --Targeted survey of IR sources
Sensitivity to detect Galactic analogs -- GBT
Low(er) star formation rate (8x less) -- Large N
Stellar Feedback and Evolution of Milky Way
... – Typically with no stellar feedback
– If implemented, receipts are used, typically with an injection
of energy or momentum or in form of an assumed preheating.
– Predicted massive cooling hot gaseous halos are not
– But a large-scale, low-density hot gaseous halo is required to
explain HV ...
Die Sonne im Röntgenlicht
... • This outflow can be stable
• Consistent with
observations of low Lx/LB
galaxies (relative higher Lx,
lower T, and more extended
than those predicted by a
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The Galactic Centre: a hidden treasure
... it is a site of active star formation with numerous
young, massive stars and recent supernovae
at its heart is a 3-million-solar-mass black hole
Galactic Civilizations II: Dread Lords
Galactic Civilizations II: Dread Lords (commonly GalCiv II or GalCiv2) is a 4X turn-based strategy by Stardock for Microsoft Windows. It is the sequel to the original Galactic Civilizations (in turn based on the OS/2 games Galactic Civilizations and Galactic Civilizations 2), and was released at retail and on Stardock's online subscription service, TotalGaming.net, on February 21, 2006. An expansion, Dark Avatar, was released in February 2007. A second expansion, Twilight of the Arnor, was released in April 2008.GalCiv II is set in the 23rd century, when multiple alien civilizations, including Terrans, scramble to conquer the galaxy, planet by planet, by force, diplomacy, influence (culture), or technology. GalCiv II focuses on the single player experience that consists of a Campaign mode and a ""Sandbox"" mode, and omits multiplayer. The game is notable for its artificial intelligence, which is challenging without being given resources and abilities not available to the player, as is common in the majority of strategy games. The game was a modest commercial success, and it was received favorably by critics, winning multiple Editor's Choice awards. Stardock also opted for a rather unusual distribution strategy that lacks copy prevention, and allowed for extensive modding by the community.A sequel, titled Galactic Civilizations III was announced by Stardock on October 15, 2013.