Chandrajit Bajaj
  Adjustment of emission effects. The figures appear in Extending the Photon Mapping Method for Realistic Rendering of Hot Gaseous Fluids, Computer Animation and Virtual Worlds (CASA 2005), October 2005.

When density fluctuations collapse gravitationally out of the expanding cosmological background universe to form galaxies, the secondary energy release which results can affect their subsequent evolution profoundly. Focused upon here are the effects of one form of such energy release - explosions, such as might result from the supernovae which end the lives of the first generation of massive stars to form inside protogalaxies.

Additional images for Explosions During Galaxy Formation