Top: An RGB image of a galaxy in the MUESLI project highlighting the giant outflows of gas from the centre.
Bottom: An animated gif of the same galaxy that scrolls through images of the galaxy at the indicated wavelengths.
Different parts of the outflows are visible in the different frames because they are flowing at different velocities.
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Galaxies are vast collections of billions of stars. Our own galaxy, the Milky Way, is one of probably about a trillion galaxies
in the observable universe. My field of research is galaxy evolution. I ask questions about the formation, growth and
death of galaxies, and attempt to answer them using a variety of tools such as the nifty MUSE instrument
at the European Southern Observatory.
For more information about my research, click here.