OKC colloquia

Circumgalactic Cosmology

by Masataka Fukugita (Univ. of Tokyo)

Europe/Stockholm
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Description
Galaxies, often called "island universes", are not isolated objects in the Universe (so not island universe, in fact), and intergalactic space is never empty but fully filled with materials. I discuss the observational evidence leading to this conclusion and the interplay of galaxies and intergalactic space.