Scientists discover distant galaxy 1,000 times brighter than Milky Way

Saturday, 15 July 2017  (1 week ago)
Scientists have discovered a very distant galaxy, some 10 thousand million light years away, which is about 1,000 times brighter than the Milky Way.

It is the brightest of the submillimetre galaxies, which have a very strong emission in the far infrared, researchers said.

Scientists led by Anastasio Diaz-Sanches from...

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