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Stars found 7 billion light years away

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user posted image rSubmitted by Marvy: A Victorian astronomer is part of an international team that has discovered 14 galaxies, opening up a new era of galaxy hunting. The galaxies, which are about 7 billion light years from Earth, have until now been difficult to detect, because they lie in front of bright, distant objects known as quasars.

The glare of the quasars drowns out the dim light from the galaxies, but a powerful infrared instrument in Chile helped the scientists uncover them.

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Enigma wrapped in a puzzle

Ah probably nothin out there just rocks and dust :rolleyes:

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Ah probably nothin out there just rocks and dust :rolleyes:

Huh? Probably nothing out there but rocks and dust? I really, really hope you are posting a joke.

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rocks dust and mcdonalds

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