Galaxy trickling UV radiations can disentangle the history of universe evolution

October 11, 2014 1:30 PM

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According to a report published online in the journal Science, astrophysicists have discovered an approach to estimate and understand evolution of the universe. Recently, scientists are concentrating on a galaxy that is situated about 2.9 million light years away from the earth. It has been reported that the galaxy is leaking ultraviolet radiations, and as per scientists this can shed light on the beginning of universe as it came into existence.

Sanchaeeyta Borthakur, an Indian scientist recently working as an assistant research scientist in the University’s Department of Physics and Astronomy in the kreiger School of Arts and Sciences, reported that the leaking galaxies can prove as a crucial means to study progression of universe formatio...

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