1. Astronomers watch for first time as galaxy 'far, far away' dies  The Jerusalem Post
  2. Galaxy Mergers May Play Important Role in Quenching of Star Formation in Massive Galaxies | Astronomy  Sci-News.com
  3. Astronomers look 9bn years into past and get photo of a dying galaxy  Daily Mail
  4. Astronomers capture dying distant galaxy losing its fuel to make new stars  Republic World
  5. Galaxies eject gas when they merge, preventing new stars forming – new research  The Conversation UK
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The researchers observed the galaxy ejecting almost half of the gas it uses to form stars.The researchers observed the galaxy ejecting almost half of the gas it uses to form stars.

Astronomers watch for first time as galaxy 'far, far away' dies - The Jerusalem Post

Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) have discovered a massive starburst galaxy with a tail of star-forming gas in the distant Universe.Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) have discovered a massive starburst galaxy with a tail of star-forming gas in the distant Universe.

Galaxy Mergers May Play Important Role in Quenching of Star Formation in Massive Galaxies | Astronomy | Sci-News.com

New research led by Durham University looked nine billion years into the past look for evidence that galaxy mergers in the early universe could stop star formation.New research led by Durham University looked nine billion years into the past look for evidence that galaxy mergers in the early universe could stop star formation.

Astronomers look 9bn years into past and get photo of a dying galaxy | Daily Mail Online

These results might lead us to revise our understanding of how galaxies stop forming their stars.These results might lead us to revise our understanding of how galaxies stop forming their stars.

Galaxies eject gas when they merge, preventing new stars forming – new research

Galaxies eject gas when they merge, preventing new stars forming – new research

Two spiral galaxies collided in the early universe. Researchers believe it could explain how galaxies stop growing.Two spiral galaxies collided in the early universe. Researchers believe it could explain how galaxies stop growing.

ALMA telescope spots ancient galaxy collision spewing titanic amount of gas - CNET

Astronomers caught a glimpse of a galaxy ejecting nearly half of its star-forming gas, an indication of its imminent death.Astronomers caught a glimpse of a galaxy ejecting nearly half of its star-forming gas, an indication of its imminent death.

Astronomers finally get a glimpse at a galaxy on the verge of death

Astronomers have discovered a galaxy that is ejecting a massive amout of gas. The outburst could represent the end of star formation in ID2299 and its figurative death. Astronomers have discovered a galaxy that is ejecting a massive amout of gas. The outburst could represent the end of star formation in ID2299 and its figurative death.Astronomers have discovered a galaxy that is ejecting a massive amout of gas. The outburst could represent the end of star formation in ID2299 and its figurative death. Astronomers have discovered a galaxy that is ejecting a massive amout of gas. The outburst could represent the end of star formation in ID2299 and its figurative death.

Astronomers witness the 'death' of a galaxy

Team of researchers find evidence that galaxy mergers in the early universe could shut down star formation and affect galaxy growthTeam of researchers find evidence that galaxy mergers in the early universe could shut down star formation and affect galaxy growth

Durham astronomers' amazing discovery after looking 9 billion years into the past - Chronicle Live

Astronomers have looked nine billion years into the past to find evidence that galaxy mergers in the early universe could shut down star formation and affect galaxy growth.

Galaxy mergers could limit star formation

Just a moment...

Scientists spotted a galaxy blasting out up to 10,000 suns-worth of gas every Earth year. Scientists spotted a galaxy blasting out up to 10,000 suns-worth of gas every Earth year. 

Astronomers capture the moment distant galaxy starts to die

Research team accidentally discovers galaxy that is dying nine billion light years away using the ALMA, or Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array telescope.Research team accidentally discovers galaxy that is dying nine billion light years away using the ALMA, or Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array telescope.

For the first time ever, astronomers are witnessing a galaxy's 'death' as it's happening

Research team accidentally discovers galaxy that is dying nine billion light years away using the ALMA, or Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array telescope.Research team accidentally discovers galaxy that is dying nine billion light years away using the ALMA, or Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array telescope.

For the first time ever, astronomers are witnessing a galaxy's 'death' as it's happening

Using a powerful array of telescopes in northern Chile, astronomers captured a distant galaxy just as it was losing its ability to form new starsUsing a powerful array of telescopes in northern Chile, astronomers captured a distant galaxy just as it was losing its ability to form new stars

Here's how astronomers witnessed a galaxy die

Astronomers at the European Southern Observatory have captured a distant galaxy dying and losing its ability to form stars.Astronomers at the European Southern Observatory have captured a distant galaxy dying and losing its ability to form stars.

A galaxy caught dying? Astronomers capture distant galaxy losing its ability to form stars, Science News | wionews.com

Astronomers have seen a distant galaxy starting to die in what could be a major breakthrough in our understanding of the cosmos.Astronomers have seen a distant galaxy starting to die in what could be a major breakthrough in our understanding of the cosmos.

Astronomers see galaxy starting to die | The Independent

Galaxy ID2299 is losing its ability to form new stars, causing it to die.Galaxy ID2299 is losing its ability to form new stars, causing it to die.

Astronomers observe the death of a distant galaxy for the first time - CBS News

For the first time, astronomers witnessed the phenomenon as it was happening.For the first time, astronomers witnessed the phenomenon as it was happening.

Distant galaxy dies as astronomers look on - NBC2 News

For the first time, astronomers witnessed the phenomenon as it was happening.For the first time, astronomers witnessed the phenomenon as it was happening.

Distant galaxy dies as astronomers look on - NBC2 News