Most Distant Quasar Opens Window Into Early Universe - Universe Today
[/caption]Astronomers have uncovered yet another clue in their quest to understand the Universe’s early life: the most distant quasar ever observed. At a redshift of 7.1, it is a relic from when the cosmos was just 770 million years old – just 5% of its age today. Quasars are extremely old, outrageously luminous balls of … Continue reading "Most Distant Quasar Opens Window Into Early Universe"
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