A Chile's research team has created a way to distinguish between unseen galaxies They said they could reach only one-third Efe experts.
A computational algorithm the astronomers and computer engineers, to determine whether all clusters in the galaxy (or boards) are not equal.
""I found clusters with less glossy galaxiesits appearance was similar to the usual regions of heaven, and so far it would have been seen ". Luis CampusanoDr. Luis Campusano, astrophysicist, is a leader and researcher at the Center for Excellence in Astrophysics and Related Technologies (CATA).
Work published on Friday in a scientific journal Astrophysics magazineA cluster of 200,000 galaxies has been identified in a precise geometric data-based database, which has resulted in a more complete sample generation than it is already known.
Thus, "new clusters have been discovered in spiral galaxies, which is a total contribution about one-third of the groups were found"he underlined Gabriel Marinello, An astronomer at the ALMA Observatory Radio (Atacama Millennial / Submilimeter Array), located in the north of Chile and co-author of the study.
Applies in other areas?
Algorithm "is very artificial and advantageous its usefulness can be beyond astronomy"as well as emphasized Dr. Nancy Hitschfeld, Chile University, Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Physics and Mathematics (FCFM).
He showed up among new areas that he could use medicine or archeology, "with the necessary adaptability", because its base is "looking at examples in a great set of information that allows data to be quickly and timely".
The Galaxy clusters are mainly the agglomerations of the dark matter that are different from the familiar matter created by atoms, and their existence only comes from their gravitational effect.
A small part of a mass of mass is organized by galaxies, which are still known as high elliptical and cluster center concentrations.
The dark matter of something discovered may have less glossy and less agglomerated galaxies.
"This table is astonishing as it is seen in the tables, in the darkness of one of the highest peaks of Andes, because they appear flattering because of snow accumulation." Roger G.Clowes, The Jeremiah Horrocks Institute of Central Lancashire, England, as well as co-author of the study.
This is a new mass cluster club important results, among them Gabriel Marinella, "searches of groups only analyzed by elliptical galaxies are incomplete, meaning fewer".
"Similar massive groups can be found in very different galaxies, so that the particular history of each group is not merely massive, denied several previous models of galaxy formation"he underlined.
As a result, for experts, Galaxies put a new one in the theory of evolutionsince there is no theoretical prediction of the detected behavior.
Articles the research lasted 12 yearsalgorithm, and other computer engineers with the time that resulted in an effective program for recognizing the associated galaxy systems.
The observations that allowed the distance to be determined for thousands of galaxies were analyzed by a robot instrument built on a 3.9 m Anglo-Australian telescope near Coonabarabran in Australia.
Dr. Campusano also compares the masses with traditional galaxy groups effectively to the newly discovered groups, using the "gravity lens" method, as well as the next steps for an astronomer at Chile University, who did and without the results of an independent group.