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University of Cambridge > Talks.cam > Institute of Astronomy Colloquia > Galaxy Formation at its Most Active Phase: streams from the cosmic web, violent disk instability, blue and red nuggets, and black-hole growth
Galaxy Formation at its Most Active Phase: streams from the cosmic web, violent disk instability, blue and red nuggets, and black-hole growth
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