Galactic 'wind' stifling star formation is most distant yet seen

Galactic 'wind' stifling star formation is most distant yet seen
For the first time, a powerful 'wind' of molecules has been detected in a galaxy located 12 billion light-years away. Probing a time when the universe was less than 10 percent of its current age, astronomers sheds light on how the earliest galaxies regulated the birth of stars to keep from blowing themselves apart.

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