In March 2001 a researcher from Cambridge (England) made a discovery by studying new images from the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). These Beautiful, detailed Hubble images are of the centre of the prototypical starburst galaxy M82 and point to a violent past. An ancient burst of star formation that gave bith to more than 100 super star clusters is linked to a violent encounter with the galaxy's large neighbour, M81. This video includes these images firstly with and then without explanatory slates and then the slated images are repeated after a timecode jump and are followed by 3-D graphics of the HST and the HST filmed by astronauts of the STS-103 mission (Dec 1999)
01:02:00:07 HST Images of huge clusters of stars formed by an ancient encounter, without slates
01:03:35:00 HST Images with explanatory slates
00:11:44:16 to 00:14:41:13 Short edited index of new images with slates and 3-D HST graphics and real footage.