I ordered this to share with my classroom, and it was a great value! It's a high quality candy just like you would get in the store.
It arrived fresh and they are individually wrapped, so easy to share. Would definitely buy again. I was sort of sick of getting the small amount at the store from time to time.
So I looked them up on Amazon to see what sizes were available. For the price, you can't go wrong It came fresh, delicious, just like the store but in a large quantity.
I found this particular Starburst bag to be quite delightful. It had a nice amount of reds and pinks which are generally neglected in the candy world on purpose to make me buy more, I know.
It easily filled up a giant candy dish and left room for leftovers. When you have cotton or dry mouth this candy will wet your whistle plenty and it tastes great too.
Bag Pack of 8 Verified Purchase. These do not taste like the regular individually wrapped starburst candies. I laughed at one the reviewer's descriptions of these tasting like plastic.
I guess it's an acquired taste If you like the taste of these which some love, some hate - please note you can buy these a lot cheaper at retail locations.
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At the extreme of interactions are galactic mergers. In this case the relative momentum of the two galaxies is insufficient to allow the galaxies to pass through each other.
Instead, they gradually merge to form a single, larger galaxy. Mergers can result in significant changes to morphology, as compared to the original galaxies.
If one of the merging galaxies is much more massive than the other merging galaxy then the result is known as cannibalism.
The more massive larger galaxy will remain relatively undisturbed by the merger, while the smaller galaxy is torn apart.
Stars are created within galaxies from a reserve of cold gas that forms into giant molecular clouds.
Some galaxies have been observed to form stars at an exceptional rate, which is known as a starburst. If they continue to do so, then they would consume their reserve of gas in a time span less than the lifespan of the galaxy.
Hence starburst activity usually lasts for only about ten million years, a relatively brief period in the history of a galaxy. Starburst galaxies are characterized by dusty concentrations of gas and the appearance of newly formed stars, including massive stars that ionize the surrounding clouds to create H II regions.
These outbursts trigger a chain reaction of star building that spreads throughout the gaseous region.
Only when the available gas is nearly consumed or dispersed does the starburst activity end. Starbursts are often associated with merging or interacting galaxies.
The prototype example of such a starburst-forming interaction is M82 , which experienced a close encounter with the larger M Irregular galaxies often exhibit spaced knots of starburst activity.
A portion of the observable galaxies are classified as active galaxies if the galaxy contains an active galactic nucleus AGN. A significant portion of the total energy output from the galaxy is emitted by the active galactic nucleus, instead of the stars, dust and interstellar medium of the galaxy.
The standard model for an active galactic nucleus is based upon an accretion disc that forms around a supermassive black hole SMBH at the core region of the galaxy.
The radiation from an active galactic nucleus results from the gravitational energy of matter as it falls toward the black hole from the disc.
The mechanism for producing these jets is not well understood. Blazars are believed to be an active galaxy with a relativistic jet that is pointed in the direction of Earth.
A radio galaxy emits radio frequencies from relativistic jets. A unified model of these types of active galaxies explains their differences based on the viewing angle of the observer.
Possibly related to active galactic nuclei as well as starburst regions are low-ionization nuclear emission-line regions LINERs.
Seyfert galaxies are one of the two largest groups of active galaxies, along with quasars. They have quasar-like nuclei very luminous, distant and bright sources of electromagnetic radiation with very high surface brightnesses but unlike quasars, their host galaxies are clearly detectable.
Seen in visible light, most Seyfert galaxies look like normal spiral galaxies, but when studied under other wavelengths, the luminosity of their cores is equivalent to the luminosity of whole galaxies the size of the Milky Way.
Quasars are extremely luminous and were first identified as being high redshift sources of electromagnetic energy, including radio waves and visible light, that appeared to be similar to stars, rather than extended sources similar to galaxies.
Their luminosity can be times greater than that of the Milky Way. LIRGs are more abundant than starburst galaxies, Seyfert galaxies and quasi-stellar objects at comparable total luminosity.
Infrared galaxies emit more energy in the infrared than at all other wavelengths combined. Galaxies have magnetic fields of their own.
Magnetic fields provide the transport of angular momentum required for the collapse of gas clouds and hence the formation of new stars. For comparison, the Earth's magnetic field has an average strength of about 0.
Galactic formation and evolution is an active area of research in astrophysics. Current cosmological models of the early Universe are based on the Big Bang theory.
About , years after this event, atoms of hydrogen and helium began to form, in an event called recombination.
Nearly all the hydrogen was neutral non-ionized and readily absorbed light, and no stars had yet formed. As a result, this period has been called the " dark ages ".
It was from density fluctuations or anisotropic irregularities in this primordial matter that larger structures began to appear.
As a result, masses of baryonic matter started to condense within cold dark matter halos. Evidence for the early appearance of galaxies was found in , when it was discovered that the galaxy IOK-1 has an unusually high redshift of 6.
In December , astronomers reported that UDFj is the most distant object known and has a redshift value of The object, estimated to have existed around " million years"  after the Big Bang which was about The existence of such early protogalaxies suggests that they must have grown in the so-called "dark ages".
The light from EGS-zs has taken 13 billion years to reach Earth, and is now 30 billion light-years away, because of the expansion of the universe during 13 billion years.
The detailed process by which early galaxies formed is an open question in astrophysics. Theories can be divided into two categories: In top-down correlations such as the Eggen—Lynden-Bell—Sandage [ELS] model , protogalaxies form in a large-scale simultaneous collapse lasting about one hundred million years.
Once protogalaxies began to form and contract, the first halo stars called Population III stars appeared within them.
These were composed almost entirely of hydrogen and helium, and may have been massive. If so, these huge stars would have quickly consumed their supply of fuel and became supernovae , releasing heavy elements into the interstellar medium.
Such stars are likely to have existed in the very early universe i. Within a billion years of a galaxy's formation, key structures begin to appear.
Globular clusters , the central supermassive black hole, and a galactic bulge of metal-poor Population II stars form. The creation of a supermassive black hole appears to play a key role in actively regulating the growth of galaxies by limiting the total amount of additional matter added.
During the following two billion years, the accumulated matter settles into a galactic disc. The cycle of stellar birth and death slowly increases the abundance of heavy elements, eventually allowing the formation of planets.
The evolution of galaxies can be significantly affected by interactions and collisions. Mergers of galaxies were common during the early epoch, and the majority of galaxies were peculiar in morphology.
However, gravitational stripping of the interstellar gas and dust that makes up the spiral arms produces a long train of stars known as tidal tails.
Although the Milky Way has never collided with a galaxy as large as Andromeda before, evidence of past collisions of the Milky Way with smaller dwarf galaxies is increasing.
Such large-scale interactions are rare. As time passes, mergers of two systems of equal size become less common.
Most bright galaxies have remained fundamentally unchanged for the last few billion years, and the net rate of star formation probably also peaked approximately ten billion years ago.
Spiral galaxies, like the Milky Way, produce new generations of stars as long as they have dense molecular clouds of interstellar hydrogen in their spiral arms.
At the end of the stellar age, galaxies will be composed of compact objects: Eventually, as a result of gravitational relaxation , all stars will either fall into central supermassive black holes or be flung into intergalactic space as a result of collisions.
Deep sky surveys show that galaxies are often found in groups and clusters. Solitary galaxies that have not significantly interacted with another galaxy of comparable mass during the past billion years are relatively scarce.
Isolated galaxies [note 2] can produce stars at a higher rate than normal, as their gas is not being stripped by other nearby galaxies.
On the largest scale, the Universe is continually expanding, resulting in an average increase in the separation between individual galaxies see Hubble's law.
Associations of galaxies can overcome this expansion on a local scale through their mutual gravitational attraction.
These associations formed early in the Universe, as clumps of dark matter pulled their respective galaxies together.
Nearby groups later merged to form larger-scale clusters. This on-going merger process as well as an influx of infalling gas heats the inter-galactic gas within a cluster to very high temperatures, reaching 30— megakelvins.
Most galaxies in the Universe are gravitationally bound to a number of other galaxies. These form a fractal -like hierarchical distribution of clustered structures, with the smallest such associations being termed groups.
A group of galaxies is the most common type of galactic cluster, and these formations contain a majority of the galaxies as well as most of the baryonic mass in the Universe.
If there is insufficient kinetic energy , however, the group may evolve into a smaller number of galaxies through mergers. Clusters of galaxies consist of hundreds to thousands of galaxies bound together by gravity.
Superclusters contain tens of thousands of galaxies, which are found in clusters, groups and sometimes individually. At the supercluster scale , galaxies are arranged into sheets and filaments surrounding vast empty voids.
The Milky Way and the Andromeda Galaxy are the two brightest galaxies within the group; many of the other member galaxies are dwarf companions of these two galaxies.
The peak radiation of most stars lies in the visible spectrum , so the observation of the stars that form galaxies has been a major component of optical astronomy.
It is also a favorable portion of the spectrum for observing ionized H II regions , and for examining the distribution of dusty arms. The dust present in the interstellar medium is opaque to visual light.
It is more transparent to far-infrared , which can be used to observe the interior regions of giant molecular clouds and galactic cores in great detail.
Water vapor and carbon dioxide absorb a number of useful portions of the infrared spectrum, so high-altitude or space-based telescopes are used for infrared astronomy.
The first non-visual study of galaxies, particularly active galaxies, was made using radio frequencies. The ionosphere blocks signals below this range.
Ultraviolet and X-ray telescopes can observe highly energetic galactic phenomena. Ultraviolet flares are sometimes observed when a star in a distant galaxy is torn apart from the tidal forces of a nearby black hole.
The existence of supermassive black holes at the cores of galaxies was confirmed through X-ray astronomy. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
This article is about the astronomical structure. For our galaxy, see Milky Way. For other uses, see Galaxy disambiguation.
Spiral galaxy and Barred spiral galaxy. Low-ionization nuclear emission-line region. Galaxy formation and evolution. XDF view field compared to the angular size of the Moon.
Several thousand galaxies, each consisting of billions of stars , are in this small view. Each light speck is a galaxy, some of which are as old as XDF image shows from left fully mature galaxies, nearly mature galaxies from 5 to 9 billion years ago , and protogalaxies , blazing with young stars beyond 9 billion years.
Future of an expanding universe. Seyfert's Sextet is an example of a compact galaxy group.