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Arizona State University Astronomers Discover Faintest Distant Galaxy


June 1, 2012

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Arizona State University professors Sangeeta Malhotra and James Rhoads have led surveys hunting for faraway galaxies since 1998, going to ever higher redshifts. Recently, their efforts have led them to the discovery of an extremely faint galaxy 13 billion light years away.Full Story

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