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150    Galaxies|xFormation 
450    Formation, Galactic 
450    Formation of galaxies 
450    Galactic formation 
450    Galaxy formation 
550    Galaxies|xEvolution 
670    Work cat.: 94-42639: Canary Islands Winter School on 
       Astrophysics (5th : 1992 : Puerto de la Cruz, Canary 
       Islands). Formation of galaxies, 1995|b(Formation of 
       galaxies; Galaxy formation) 
670    Facts file dict. astron.:|bUnder Galaxies (formation and 
670    Encyc. astron. astrophysics|b(Galactic formation) 
670    Sci. cit. index. Subject index, 1989:|b(v. 18, Cols. 33401
       & 33421, under Galactic-- Formation; Galaxies--Formation) 
670    LC database, 11/4/94. 
670    NASA thesaurus, 2010|b(galactic evolution. UF galaxy 
       formation. GS evolution (development)) 
670    Wikipedia, Oct. 17, 2013:|bGalaxy formation and evolution 
       (The study of galaxy formation and evolution is concerned 
       with the processes that formed a heterogeneous universe 
       from a homogeneous beginning, the formation of the first 
       galaxies, the way galaxies change over time, and the 
       processes that have generated the variety of structures 
       observed in nearby galaxies. It is one of the most active 
       research areas in astrophysics.) 
670    GALEX - galaxy evolution explorer website, Oct. 17, 2013:
       |bGALEX overview (The Galaxy Evolution Explorer (GALEX) is
       an orbiting space telescope observing galaxies in 
       ultraviolet light across 10 billion years of cosmic 
       history. A Pegasus rocket launched GALEX into orbit at 8 
       a.m. EDT on April 28th, 2003. Although originally planned 
       as a 29-month mission, the NASA Senior Review Panel in 
       2006 recommended that the mission lifetime be extended.) 
       GALEX's observations are telling scientists how galaxies, 
       the basic structures of our Universe, evolve and change. 
       Additionally, GALEX observations are investigating the 
       causes of star formation during a period when most of the 
       stars and elements we see today had their origins.) 
675    INIS: Thes.;|aAP dict. sci. tech.;|aMcGraw-Hill dict. sci.