Friday, July 1, 2011

Most Distant Quasar Opens Window Into Early Universe

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.

Full story at Universe Today.

No comments:

Post a Comment