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This is probably the most distant object in Universe ever seen
posted May 25 2011 19:49.34 by Giorgos Lazaridis

This is an extremely bright explosion of light that was recently spotted in the night sky, and it could also be the most distant object ever seen in the entire Universe. Scientists cannot be sure about the distance of the exploded star, but they roughly estimate that it is placed at around 13.14 billion light years away, the most distant object yet discovered in space. The universe is some 13.7 billion years old, so probably, this explosion occurred when the universe was only 520 million years old. Click on the image below to view it in full size.

Photo: Most distant star explosion yet seen]

[Link: Space]
Tags: science   space related   crazy photo/video   explosion   discovery   telescope   

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