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    Default Re: galactic battle of the bulges

    Thanks n-FA. It seems to me, in my simplistic state, that the rotation of a galaxy, with a strong gravitational center, would naturally create a center of more mass.
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    Default Re: galactic battle of the bulges

    Quote Originally Posted by michael131313 View Post
    Thanks n-FA. It seems to me, in my simplistic state, that the rotation of a galaxy, with a strong gravitational center, would naturally create a center of more mass.
    I think that this is a complicated problem that more strongly depends on the individual history of the galaxy involved. If some simple solution were to be had, they would have found better correlations. Nice to think about though, yes?
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    Default Re: galactic battle of the bulges

    Again n-FA thanks. I am always looking for a simple solution so I can understand it!!!!
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