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Is the Ultra-Diffuse Galaxies Mystery Is Solved?

Galaxy Cluster Ejection Robbed Gas of Galactic Dwarfs

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Ultra-diffuse galaxies are as large as the Milky Way but contain a hundred times fewer stars and a fraction of the gas. They are a mystery to astronomers, particularly those who spend their time alone in the vastness of space.




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