A team of astronomers have made a unique discovery. Scientists have found a link between the chemical evolution of the Solar system and the galaxy cluster Perseus.
Experts from Japanese Hitomi Observatory has published the results of studies of the movements of hot gas in cluster of galaxies Perseus. Scientists were able to more accurately know the composition of the substance and to follow the process of his explosions. This has led the scientists to make a new assumption about the emissions of hot gas into space.
Experts have found that the proportions of the elements in the cluster of galaxies Perseus, almost completely match those located in the Sun. Scientists suggest that the chemical evolution in the Perseus was the same as in the Solar system. It allows chemists to Refine the process and to consider the evolution at specific stages.
Studies were facilitated by the joint efforts of NASA and the Japanese aerospace exploration Agency (JAXA).