Over one hundred years ago, Edwin Hubble noticed two distinct classes of galaxies; youthful Spirals with ongoing star formation, and â€śred and deadâ€ť smooth, faded and barren Ellipticals.
The MaNGA Survey, which is mapping 10,000 nearby galaxies, will help us understand how all types of galaxies formed in the early universe. We are on the verge of a â€śspectral revolutionâ€ť, enabled by nanotechnology and photonics that will transform astronomical instruments.
Speaker: Kevin Bundy, Lick Observatory and UC Santa Cruz
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