Interesting theory, where the stars form from the outside in instead of the other way around.
YT description: According to a recent press release, galaxy NGC 1222 is a “peculiar example” of lenticular galaxy. It is peculiar because lenticular galaxies are supposed to have used up the material available for new stars to form. NGC 1222, on the other hand, is described as a “starburst” galaxy, since new stars are said to be forming at a surprising rate. In this episode, TPOD managing editor Stephen Smith explores the Electric Universe explanation for this astronomical mystery.
Original article (adapted for this Space News): https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2016…
Title: Starburst Galaxy Surprises Astronomers (YT link) Uploaded by Thunderbolts Project.