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This site is a collection of lecture notes for a course called the universe of galaxies.   These notes discuss the integrated properties, classification, stellar and gaseous content of galxies;  galaxies within, gasesous content, and the evolution of clusters of galaxies; QSOs, Seyfert nuclei, radio galaxies, and the central engine of active nuclei; the Gunn-Peterson effect and QSO absorption systems; observations and theories of galaxy formation and evolution; cosmological models, dark matter, and gravitational lensing.
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© 2000 Bill Keel
AGN, Gunn-Peterson effect, QSO absorption, Seyfert nuclei, active galatic nuclei, dust, galaxies, gas, intergalatic medium, star formation
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Metadata instance created February 12, 2004 by Kara Lehman
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