Nearby galaxy might explain what tore apart universe’s hydrogen

Radiation from star cluster hints at what caused epoch of reionization after the Big Bang

galaxy in UV light

RADIANT GLOW  Ultraviolet light (orange) pours out of a galaxy in this image from NASA’s GALEX satellite. New Hubble observations reveal this galaxy might mimic the earliest galaxies in the universe.

NASA; ESA; R. Overzier/ON/MCT; T. Heckman/JHU

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