A distant compact galaxy producing stars at quick rate: researchers

October 12, 2014 7:32 PM

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A NASA-funded research team working with the Johns Hopkins University researchers claimed to have discovered that a compact galaxy billions of light-years away from Earth is producing gigantic, young stars at a very quick rate.

The streams of intense Ultraviolet (UV) rays from massive stars in the compact galaxy named J0921+4509 are said to have a very close resemblance to the light that came into existence during the birth of the universe.

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