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the main In our Milky Way's general galactic neighborhood, massive galaxies populated by quantities of stars tend to be dead, barren, elliptical galaxies. These immense galaxies host a population of mostly red, elderly stars, and so they show no indications of baby star-birth. A number of questions still remain to be answered related to how, when, and then for the time stellar formation happened in such enormous galaxies before they perished, not able to produce additional baby stars whose stellar fires would provide light for their galactic hosts. Furthermore, it is unknown what occurred subsequently to create the dead elliptical galaxies that happen to be affecting the Universe today.
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