Giant, active galaxies from the early universe may have finally been found

The behemoths date to within 2 billion years after the Big Bang

KEEN EYES  Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array in Chile (pictured), astronomers found a slew of previously overlooked massive galaxies from the first 2 billion years of cosmic history. 

© 2019 Kohno et al.

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