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Astronomers observe one of the oldest galaxies
Astronomers observed the second most distant dust-filled, star-forming galaxy in the cosmos.
Two separate teams of astronomers find evidence of missing Baryonic matter
Two teams working independently have found evidence of the existence of Baryonic matter — particles that link galaxies together.
Indian astronomers discover giant radio galaxies
A team of astronomers from India has reported the discovery of a large number of extremely rare kinds of galaxies called 'giant radio galaxies' (GRGs), the largest galaxies known in the universe.
Universe of two trillion galaxies
An international team of astronomers, led by Christopher Conselice, professor of astrophysics at the University of Nottingham, have found that the Universe contains at least two trillion galaxies — 10 times more than previously thought.
Study finds birthplace of largest galaxies in the Universe
New astronomical observations suggest 'supergalaxies', the largest galaxies in the Universe, are born of cosmic clouds of cold gas.
The Universe may have 10 times as many galaxies as thought
The Universe — or at least the ‘observable universe’, the part we're theoretically capable of detecting from Earth — is much more crowded than scientists had thought.

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