# Do Massive Twin Quasar Jets Condense into separate Spiral Galaxies?

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I was looking at a quasar, radio image of “Cygnus A”.

Do the massive twin quasar jets condense into two separate galaxies?

Do the average twin quasar jet emissions, plasma, condense, turn into nebula, turn into spiral arms, moment of inertia, like the Milky Way?

Concerning galaxy formation:

Can the average twin quasar jet emissions condense into two spirals?

First, look at the quasar(s).

Second, look at galaxy-Sc

Third, look at galaxy-Sb

Forth, look at galaxy-Sa

The creation of the universe, computer simulations, do not entail: quasars were more common in the early universe; isolated galaxies, supernova, galaxies that have merged, and quasar jets that have disrupted galaxies etc.

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