Astronomers witness slow death of a dwarf galaxy close to the Milky Way

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The galaxy is losing its hydrogen and the ability to form new stars

A dwarf galaxy dubbed the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC) is slowly approaching its death due to the gradual loss of energy to form stars, says new research by the scientists from the Australian Natio...

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