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There's life in the old galaxies yet

3:01pm, October 1, 2002

According to conventional wisdom, clusters of elderly galaxies settled into retirement long ago. With most of their cold gas already having coalesced into stars, these clusters can no longer make new stars or keep supermassive black holes active.

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