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Feedback in Galaxy Formation

  • Joseph Silk (a1)

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I review the outstanding problems in galaxy formation theory, and the role of feedback in resolving them. I address the efficiency of star formation, the galactic star formation rate, and the roles of supernovae and supermassive black holes.

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