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Strange Universe 9/26/21

Earlier this year researchers found the farthest-ever galaxy, a Hubble smudge at a distance of 13 billion light years away. This week we’ll learn more about light travel, how the image is dimmer than we’d expect, and how 98% of the universe lies in a zone that can never be observed.

Earlier this year researchers found the farthest-ever galaxy, a Hubble smudge at a distance of 13 billion light years away. This week we’ll learn more about light travel, how the image is dimmer than we’d expect, and how 98% of the universe lies in a zone that can never be observed.

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