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Scientists spot merging galaxies from 13 billion years ago

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 19 June 2019
Scientists have located one of the most distant examples of merging galaxies in results that were published this week.
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Researchers using the ALMA telescope detected emissions from B14-65666 that indicate it’s the earliest known galaxy merger from about 13 billion years ago.

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